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EDITORIAL REVIEW

 

    Non-Dispersive Infrared Gas Measurement

    International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA), pp.I-II

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RESEARCH ARTICLES

 

1. Research in Nanothermometry. Part 6. Metrology of Raman Thermometer with Universal Calibration Artifacts

    Bohdan Stadnyk, Svyatoslav Yatsyshyn, Oleh Seheda, pp.1-9

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2. A Survey of Power-Efficient Gathering of Sensor Information System Based Routing Protocols of Wireless Sensor Networks

    Muktar Hussaini, Farhat Anwar, Aisha Hassan A. H., pp.10-22

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3. Comparative Analysis of Energy-efficient Cluster-based Routing Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks

    Naveen Kumar V and Santhi Prabha I., pp.23-32

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4. TDMA Based Slotted Medium Access Control Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks

    Prasan Kumar Sahoo, pp.33-43

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5. Circuit of Data Aggregation on the Fly for WSN

    M. Daoui, M. Lalam, S. Hamrioui B. Djamah and D. Nouali, pp.44-53

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6. Dynamic Analysis of Wireless Sensor Network Programs Based on Binary Tool and Simulator

    Yuxia Sun, Yong Tang, pp.54-60

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7. Circle Intersection Method Combined with Fuzzy Weighted Centroid Method for Localization in WSNs

    Mohan Kumar J, P.R. Venkateswaran, N. Gopalakrishna Kini, Sundaresan C., pp.61-68

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8. Development of an Automatic Wireless System Applied for Soil Temperature Measurement

    S. Makhlouf, M. Laghrouche, pp.69-75

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9. Theoretical Analysis to Capacitance of RF MEMS Clamped-Clamped Capacitive Switch

    Tian-Jie, Cao, pp.76-86

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10.Deployment of Wireless Sensor Network for the Measurement of Exhaled Nitric Oxide in In-home Healthcare

     Elango Surendran, Mathivanan Natarajan, Arun Venkatesh Krishna, Vairamani Kanagavel, Karunakaran Chandran, Madasamy Thangamuthu, Pandiaraj Manickam,
     pp.87-94

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11.Wireless Communication Solution for Health Care Equipment

    Tiago Faustino Andrade, Manuel Rodrigues Quintas, Carlos Moreira da Silva, Maria Teresa Restivo, Maria de Fátima Chouzal  and Teresa Maria Amaral, pp.95-104

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12.Lateral Control of Aircraft, Considering the Cross-coupling Effect of Yaw and Roll on Each-other Using Fuzzy Logic

     Vishnu G. Nair, V. I. George,  Prahlad K. R., pp.105-117

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13.A Parametric Study of S- tube Coriolis Mass Flow Meter

     Arvind K. Rajput, Satish C. Sharma, Marut Shukla, Souvik Roy, pp.118-129

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14.Calibration Method on Machine for Multi-axis Heavy Force Sensor

     Wei liu, Zhenyuan jia and Qi li, pp.130-142

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15.TiO2 Thin Film Capacitive Humidity Sensor Based on Sol-gel Technique

     Manju Pandey, Debdulal Saha, Kamalendu Sengupta, S. S. Islam, M. P. Singh, pp.143-149

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PRODUCT NEWS

 

Technology Assistance BCNA 2012, S.L. Announces New Catalogue

 

Barcelona, Spain, 23 June 2012 – Technology Assistance BCNA 2010, S. L. (TAB) – a high technological start-up company has announced the release of a comprehensive, 20-page product catalog, entitled, “Product Overview and Price List 2012”. Featured products include a broad range of popular ICs such as Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converters (UFDC-1 and UFDC-1M-16), Universal Sensors and Transducers Interface (USTI), development kit EVAL UFDC-1/1M-16 and new IC of Universal Sensors and Transducers Interface (USTI-EXT) with extended working temperature range. Since its founding in 2010, TAB has continued to design and manufacture novel integrated circuits and sensor systems solutions based on precision measurements of frequency-time parameters of signals. The aim is to provide the most innovative solutions with a high degree of flexibility and openness with added value to customers by means of new measuring and sensing technologies, based on novel, advanced, patented methods of measurements ...

 

Technology Assistance BCNA 2010 S. L.

C/Riera de Tena local, nº9 local 4

08014 Barcelona, Spain

Tel.: +34 93 413 7941

E-mail: info@techassist2010.com

Web: http://www.techassist2010.com

New TAB Catalog 2012

 

 

Highly Integrated Optical Sensors Measure RGB, Ambient Light, Proximity Motion, Infrared, and Temperature

 

July 11, 2012 Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. announces four, new digital optical sensors that advance analog integration with sensor fusion. The MAX44004/05/06/08 measure red/green/blue (RGB) light levels, ambient visible light (ALS), proximity to the sensor, ambient infrared (IR) levels, and temperature. As many as seven sensors are integrated into one compact optical package. The sensors provide robust and repeatable measurements and the MAX44005/MAX44006/ MAX44008 all consume an industry-low 20 µA each. The high integration reduces system cost, eliminates several external components, and greatly simplifies design. These optical sensors can be used in a wide variety of applications such as smartphones, tablets, portable consumer devices, displays, digital light management, security systems, and medical devices ...

 

Solveig Loesch
Senior Manager, EMEA Marketing Communications

Maxim Integrated Products
Tel. office: +49 89 85 799-561
Mobile: +49 172 472 97 30
E-mail: solveig.loesch@maxim-ic.com

MAX44004 optical sensor

 

 

Electronic Tilt Sensors based on Force Balance Accelerometer Technology

 

Family of electronic tilt sensors ideal for platform stabilization, surface mapping and measuring tilt angels in remote locations has been developed by Columbia Research Laboratories. Sensors are based on force balance accelerometer technology intended for applications such as platform stabilization, surface mapping, and measuring tilt angles in remote locations. These low cost, high performance, extremely accurate sensors produce a high level, low impedance output proportional to the sine of the tilt angle. All models feature unique damping and desensitization circuitry that allows tilt measurements in strong vibration and shock environments. These inclinometers are self-contained requiring no additional signal conditioning in most applications ...

 

Monica Bailey

Columbia Research Laboratories, Inc.

Tel.: 610-872-3900

Fax: 610-872-3882

E-mail: sales@columbiaresearchlab.com

Http://www.columbiaresearchlab.com

Inclinometer

 

 

New M7100 pressure transducer is available from Variohm EuroSensor

 

The newly released M7100 pressure transducer from Measurement Specialities is now available from Variohm EuroSensor. The ruggedised, automotive grade M7100 features a 0.5 – 4.5 Vdc ratiometric output and is firmly aimed at heavy equipment and challenging environment use for medium to extremely high pressure ranges up to 3000 Bar. With a -40 °C to +125 °C temperature range, accuracy to 0.25 %, shock rating of 50 g and vibration resistance to 20 g, the new sensor is well suited to HVAC&R, construction equipment, compressors, hydraulics and other demanding environments where extreme durability is called for ...

 

Graham Pattison

Variohm EuroSensor Limited

Williams' Barns

Tiffield Road, Towcester

Northants, NN12 6HP

Tel.: +44 (0) 1327 351004

E-mail: graham@variohm.com

M7100 pressure transducer

 

 

Load Cells Support Moon and Mars Micro-rover Mobility System

 

Wyckoff, NJ, July 5 2012 - Sherborne Sensors has helped Canada's Carleton University complete development of an innovative mobility system for a prototype micro-rover that in future may perform exploratory research missions on the Moon and Mars. Sherborne Sensors' SS4000M miniature force transducers are situated over each of the wheel hubs and are integrated into the mechanical system of the chassis to provide critical data that will improve traction and combat slippage when the micro-rover is traversing a Martian surface ...

 

Robin Butler

Director of Sales & Marketing

Sherborne Sensors

1 Ringway Centre,

Edison Road, Basingstoke

Hampshire, RG21 6YH, UK

Tel.: +44 (0) 870 444 0728

E-mail: sales@sherbornesensors.com

SS4000M force transducer

 

 

magnetostrictive position sensors for measurement on hydraulic cylinders and fluid levels

 

Sensor specialist ASM extends its successful range of magnetostrictive position sensors POSICHRON® by the new PCST27 series. The robust probe sensors allow for precise positioning of hydraulic cylinders or the measurement of fluid levels. The models in the PCST27 series have proven their superior reliability, even after years of use under the most extreme conditions. Magnetostrictive position sensors of the POSICHRON® product line are extremely durable and therefore suitable even for applications where other measurement principles fail. The newly presented PCST27 models by ASM were designed specifically for the integration inside of large hydraulic cylinders that are used in harsh environments such as offshore or in the shipping industry. The rod-profile design allows them to be easily installed in the cylinder and detect piston positions with high precision even under difficult conditions ...

 

Siegfried Baier

Marketing Manager

ASM Sensors, Inc.

650W. Grand Ave., Unit 205

Elmhurst, IL 60126, USA

Tel.: 1-(630)-832 3202, fax: 1-(630)-832 3204

E-mail: info@asmsensors.com

Magnetostrictive position sensor PCST27

 

 

Ultra-Low Power, Ultra-Compact Sensor Hub Microcontroller for Smartphones

 

LAPIS Semiconductor (formerly OKI Semiconductor), a ROHM Group company, announces the development of the ML610Q792 Sensor Hub Microcontroller—the industry’s smallest microcontroller designed for integrated, low-power control of multiple sensors in smartphones. The ML610Q792 makes it possible to deploy new cloud-based features and services in smartphones that would otherwise be prohibitive due to increased power consumption. It logs user environment data and detects user activity without disturbing the host processor. And its remarkably low power consumption not only prolongs battery life, but enables support for wireless communication in compact products like pedometers and smartphone accessories ...

 

LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd.

550-1 Higashiasakawa-cho, Hachioji-shi,

Tokyo, 193-8550, Japan

Tel.: +81-42-663-1111

Web: http://www.lapis-semi.com/en/

Sensor Hub Microcontroller

 

 

New Wireless SAW Temperature Sensors without Battery

 

Sophia-Antipolis, France – 12 June 2012 – Back from a successful week in Nurnberg – Germany – at SENSOR+TEST tradefair, SENSeOR receives the first orders for the products launched at this occasion: a new wireless passive SAW temperature sensor screw-mounted (M18) for internal/bulk temperature measurements and high-end packaged systems T01, T04 and T06. The new sensor TSA F131 features infinite autonomy, needs no maintenance, and performs temperature measurements up to 165°C even on rotating parts. It is designed for temperature measurements on rolls or cylinders in paper industry or automation for instance ...

 

Nathalie POGGI,

SENSeOR

Marketing & Communication Director

Tel.: +33 (0)4 97 23 13 30

E-mail: nathalie.poggi@senseor.com

Wireless passive SAW temperature sensor

 

 

Wireless Wind Speed Sensor

 

Mantracourt have announced the launch of the T24-WSS wireless wind speed sensor.  The T24-WSS is built on Mantracourt’s T24 2.4GHz wireless technology and will operate alongside any Mantracourt T24 device such base stations, handheld displays, analogue outputs, relay modules and GPRS data loggers and other acquisition modules. The wireless wind speed sensor features a high quality 3-cup rotor pressed on a stainless steel shaft with rugged Delrin body with bronze Rulon bushings. The output value of the anemometer can be calibrated and configured to the user’s requirements and can measure over the range 5 to 125 mph. It will ‘power down’ between transmissions to maximise battery life in the field and has a wireless range of up to 200 metres ...

 

Scarlett McGrath

Marketing Coordinator

Mantracourt Electronics Ltd.

Tel.: +44(0)1395 232020

E-mail: marketing@mantracourt.co.uk

T24-WSS wireless wind speed sensor

 

 


 

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Multisensor Data
and Information Processing

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MEMS & NEMS: Devices
and Systems

Vol.2, October 2007

Modern Sensing
Technologies

Vol.90, April 2008

Microsystems: Technology
and Applications
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Vol.5, March 2009

Modern Sensing
Technologies II

Vol. 6, August 2009

MEMS: from Micro Devices to Wireless Systems

Vol. 7, October 2009

Intelligent Data Acquisition
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Technologies III

Vol. 9, December 2010

Sensor Device Technologies
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Vol.10, February 2011

MEMS & NEMS:
Devices and Technologies

Vol.11, April 2011

Nanomaterials & their Composites:
from Fabrication to Applications

Vol.12, October 2011

       
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