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Vol. 130, Issue 7, July 2011, pp.11-22

 

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Interfacing SAW Resonators for Wireless High Temperature Applications

 

1, 2 Mohammad Javadian Sarraf, 3, 1 M. N. Hamidon, 1 Maryam Mohd. Isa, 4Alyani Ismail, 2Amir Reza Zarabi

1Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

2Communication Engineering, Islamic Azad University of Mashhad, Iran

3Sensor Technology Laboratory Institute of Advanced Technology

4Computer and Communication Systems, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

 

 

Received: 11 May 2011   /Accepted: 22 July 2011   /Published: 29 July 2011

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Abstract: In the recent year, wireless sensor has become the interest of research due to their ability to monitor remotely especially in harsh condition. Here a double surface acoustic wave (SAW) resonator system for wireless high temperature sensor application is discussed. The system also did not need any external power source to function, which made them as a passive system. In this paper, the principle of the system is discussed in detail together with simulation results. Finally, the suitable materials used to develop the system which includes the interconnection at the high temperatures are also been discussed.

 

Keywords: Double SAW resonator system, High temperature, Second level interconnection

 

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