Randy Frank
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Re: Jan 21 - Part 1. Basics of Sensor Compensation for Piezoresistive Sensors.
Randy Frank   1/21/2013 2:50:31 PM
Hello, I was following the lecture on the piezoresistive sensors compensation. Can you please tell me if there are designs matching a use in the high frequency range. I am looking for a solution for a piezoresistive sensor working in the frequency range up to 1MHz. Thank you in advance for any advice. Best regards, Libor

This goes well beyond the frequency range that I have been involved with. One of the problems with piezoresistive MEMS sensors is that a gel is used to protect the diaphragm and resistive elements. This can cause considerably damping at high frequencies.

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