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H.J.Verhoeven, F.R.Riedijk, J.H.Huijsing, A smart bipolar thermal flow sensor with frequency output, 6th Int. Conf. Solid-State Sensors and Actuators (Transducers '91), San Francisco, USA, 23-27 June 1991, pp.334-337.

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M.Syrzycki, L.Carr, V.Ward, CMOS Temperature Sensor with Frequency Output for Sensor Arrays, Canadian Conference on Very Large Scale Integration (CCVLSI'93), Banff, Alberta, Canada, November 14-16, 1993.


Husak M., Temperature Sensor with Frequency Output, Proceedings of Electronic Devices and Systems Conference (EDS'94),  vol. II, Brno 1994, pp. 185-188.


Gert van der Horn, Johan H. Huijsing, Smart Temperature Sensor with Integrated Bitstream Calibration, In Proceeding of 21st European Solid State Circuits Conference, 19-21 September, Lille, FRANCE, 1995, pp.234-237.


A. Bakker, J.H. Huijsing, Micropower CMOS Smart Temperature Sensor, In Proceeding of 21st European Solid State Circuits Conference, 19-21 September, Lille, FRANCE, 1995, pp.238-241.


R.A.Bianchi, F.Vinci Dos Santos, J.M.Karam, B.Courtois, F.Pressecq, S.Sifflet, CMOS-compatible Smart Temperature Sensors, Microelectronics Journal, 29 (1998), pp.627-636.


R.A.Bianchi, F.Vinci Dos Santos, J.M.Karam, B.Courtois, F.Pressecq, S.Sifflet, CMOS Compatible Temperature Sensor Based on the Lateral Bipolar Transistor for Very Wide Temperature Range Applications, Sensors and Actuators A71 (1998), pp.3-9.


V.Székely, Cs.Márta, Zs.Kohári, M.Rencz, New Temperature Sensors for DfTT Applications, In Proceedings of 2nd THERMINIC Workshop, Budapest, Hungary, 25-27 September, 1996, pp.49-55.


V.Székely, Cs.Márta, M.Rencz, Zs.Benedek, B. Courtois, Design for Thermal Testability (DfTT) and a CMOS Realization, Sensors and Actuators A55 (1996), pp.29-33.


 V.Székely, M.Rencz, S.Török, Cs.Márta, L.Lipták-Fegó, CMOS Temperature Sensors and Built-in Test Circuitry for Thermal Testing of ICs,  Sensors and Actuators A71 (1998), pp.10-18.


Poppe A., Farkas G., Rencz M., Benedek Zs., Pohl L., Székely V., Torki K., Mir S., Courtois B., Design Issues of a Multi-Functional Intelligent Thermal Test Die, In 17th IEEE Semiconductor Thermal Measurement and Management Symposium (SEMITERM 2001), San Jose, California, USA, 20-23 March 2001.

Abstarct: Thermal characterization of IC packages and packaging technologies is becoming a very task in thermal engineering. To support this by measurements we developed a family of thermal test chips that allows a wide range of possible applications. Our chips are based on the same basic cell that is mainly covered by dissipating resistors and also contains a frequency output temperature sensor. These basic cells are organized into arrays of different size. These arrays are designed so that larger arrays can also be built for tiling up larger package cavities. The first member of the family. TMC81 has been manufactured and measurements show that the foals aimed all the design have been achieved.


Bianchi R.A., Karam J.M., Courtois B., Nadal R., Pressecq F., Sifflet S., CMOS-compatible Temperature Sensor with Digital Output for Wide Temperature Range Applications, Microelectronics Journal, Vol. 31, No.9-10, September-October, 2000.

Abstract: A CMOS process-compatible wide-range temperature sensor with a CMOS digital output is described. With regard to accuracy, a temperature error smaller than 0.25 degree C RMS (with two second-order temperature compensation, an-on-chip one and an externally trimmable one) is measured performance of this integrated sensor , over the -50 to 150 degrees C targeted temperature range. Other important characteristics are the low sensor, over the -50 to 150 degrees C targeted temperature range. Other important characteristics are the low cost < 0.55 mW of power consumption and the duty-cycle modulated digital output signal, specially conditioned for on-chip digital signal processing or for a single-wire connection to an external processor. The characteristics of this sensor make it especially suitable for low-cost high-volume integrated microsystems over a wide range of fields, such as automotive, space, oil prospecting, and consumer electronics.


G.C.M. Meijer, G.Wang and F. Fruett, Temperature sensors and voltage references implemented in CMOS technology, IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 1, no.3, Oct. 2001

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V.Székely, Thermal Testing and Control by Means of Built-in Temperature Sensors, Electronics Cooling, vol.4, No.3,   September 1998, pp.36-39.

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Digital Temperature Sensor Selection Guide

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How to Simplify the Interface between Microcontroller and Temperature Sensor

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Wes Freeman, Remote temp sensor needs no power supply, EDN Magazine, December 21, 1995

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Integrated Temperature Sensors in Standard CMOS Technology. How does it work ?

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Andy Jenkins, Jeff Lewis, Digital-Output Sensor Simplifies Temperature Acquisition

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C. O'Keeffe and B. Black, Choosing an IC Temperature Sensor

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Leo Nechaev, Using the DS1820 Digital Temperature Sensor (Thermometer)

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Zack Albus, Interfacing the MSP430 and TMP100 I2C Temperature Sensor, Application Report

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Jim Lepkowski, Temperature Measurement Circuits for Embedded Applications, AN929, Microchip, 2004

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John R. Gyorki, Signal Conditioning for Your Thermocouples, Sensors, January 2005

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Tito Smailagich, Temperature controller saves energy, EDN, February 2005

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Jim Williams, Mark Thoren, Quartz Crystal-based Remote Thermometer Features Direct Celsius Readout,  EDN, 3/17/2005

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Yurish S.Y., Data Acquisition Systems for Quasi-Digital Temperature Sensors Based on Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converter, Sensors & Transducers Magazine, Vol. 57, Issue 7, July 2005, pp. 341-351

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Principles of infrared temperature measurement - Part 1, Instrumentation & Control, August 2006

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Principles of infrared temperature measurement - Part 2, Instrumentation & Control, September 2006

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Daniel Burton, Temperature-Sensor Circuit Provides Dual-Slope Output, ED Online, January 21, 2002

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Rex Klopfenstein, Jr., Software Linearization of a Thermocouple, Sensors Magazine, December 1997

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Kerry Lacanette, Using IC Temperature Sensors to Protect Electronic Systems, Sensors Magazine, January 1997

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John Register, IR Thermometry Gets Smart, Sensors Magazine, August 1998

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Arthur Volbrecht, Temperature Measurement: Making Sense of It All, Sensors Magazine, June 1998

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Klaus-Dieter Gruner, Alan Young, The New Generation of Infrared Thermometers, Part 1: Theory, Trends, and Applications, Sensors Magazine, October 1999

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Klaus-Dieter Gruner, Alan Young, The New Generation of IR Thermometers, Part 2: Trends and Developments Enhancing the Power of IR Thermometers, Sensors Magazine, November 1999

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Doris Garvey, So, What Is an RTD ? Sensors Magazine, August 1999

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Adam Barnes, Heat Flux Sensors Part 1: Theory, Sensors Magazine, Vol.16, January 1999

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Adam Barnes, Heat Flux Sensors Part 2: Applications, Sensors Magazine, February 1999

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Thomas Krysciak, Hartmann Braun, Low-Temperature Measurements with Thin Film Platinum Resistance Elements, Sensors Magazine, January 1999

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Irwin Bluestein, Understanding Contact Temperature Sensors, Sensors Magazine, January 1999

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Ronald Cook, Smart Infrared temperature Sensors: Making Sense of a New Generation, Sensors Magazine, November 2000

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Ed Ramsden, Temperature Measurement, Sensors Magazine, September 2000

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Bonnie C. Baker, Designing the Embedded Temperature Circuit to Meet the System’s Requirements, Sensors Magazine, September 2000

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William M. Stein, Arthur Bisberg, David J. Beaubien, High-Precision Ambient Temperature Measurement for a Climatological Database, Sensors Magazine, September 2000

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Building a More Perfect Union: Combining Thermistors and High-Resolution Sigma-Delta A/D Converters, Sensors Magazine, January 2000

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Jay Scolio, Temperature Sensor ICs Simplify Designs, Sensors Magazine, January 2000

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Davis Mathews, Choosing and Using a Temperature Sensor, Sensors Magazine, January 2000

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Isabelle Alexandre, Fiber-Optic Temperature Measurement, Sensors Magazine, May 2001

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Don Hollands, One Chip, Many Functions, Sensors Magazine, May 2001

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Ron Desmarais, Jim Breuer, How to Select and Use the Right Temperature Sensor, Sensors Magazine, January 2001

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Darragh Maxwell, Russell Williamson, Wireless Temperature Monitoring in Remote Systems, Sensors Magazine, October 2002

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Jeff Stokes, Gail Palmer, A Fiber-Optic Temperature Sensor, Sensors Magazine, August 2002

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Tony Allen, Resistive-Element Sensor Temperature Compensation, Sensors Magazine, March 2002

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Dan Awtrey, The 1-Wire Thermocouple, Sensors Magazine, January 2002

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Bill McGovern, The ABCs of RTDs, Sensors Magazine, November 2003

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Randal A. Gauthier, Time to Learn Your RTDs, Sensors Magazine, May 2003

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Stefanos Kaxiras, Polychronis Xekalakis, 4T-Decay Sensors: A New Class of Small, Fast, Robust, and Low-Power, Temperature/Leakage Sensors, ISLPED 2004

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Onur Ozbek, Sensing, Temperature Measurement with a 1-Wire Digital Sensor, Application Note AN2163, 2004
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C. Reiter, P. W. Krempl, F. Krispel, J. Neubig,  W. Wallnöfer, Crystal Thermometer for Temperatures up to 970 °C, in Proceedings of 9th International Conference Sensors 2003, Nürnberg, Germany, 13-15 May 2003

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H. M. Hashemian, Temperature Sensor Diagnostics, InTech, June 2006
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Richard Patterson, Ahmad Hammoud, Malik Elbuluk, Dennis Culley, A Temperature Sensor Using a Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) Timer for Very Wide Temperature Measurement, NASA Report, January 2007

63. Folder icon Ezana Haile, Jim Lepkowski, Oscillator Circuits For RTD Temperature Sensors, AN895, Microchip Technology, USA, 2004
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Edval J.P.Santos, Isabela B.Vasconcelos, RTD-based Smart Temperature Sensor: Process Development and Circuit Design, in Proceedings of 26th International Conference on Microelectronics MIEL' 2008, 11-14 May 2008, pp.333-336.

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Temperature sensors related books are available for purchase online

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[1]. Ludwig Michalski, Temperature Measurement, 2nd Edition, 2001

[2]. Anton Bakker and Johan H. Huijsing, High-Accuracy CMOS Smart Temperature Sensors, 2000




Useful Temperature Resources:


1. Digital Temperature Sensing for Linux, DOS and Win95 - Brian C. Lane web site

2. Web Thermometer - utilities to measure the temperature remotely on the browser via HTTP or TCP/IP
3. Temperatures.com, About Temperature Sensors




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