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Title : Microdul gains deeper insight into finger detection sensors with CST EM STUDIO
Company : CST - Computer Simulation Technology
File Name : CST-SuccessStory-Microdul-edacafe.pdf
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Date : 17-Apr-2011
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Microdul produces proximity sensor chips that can be used with remote sensing plates. Changes in plate capacitance are detected by a digital auto-calibrating algorithm. An approaching human finger typically causes a switching operation. This principle is demonstrated in Figure 2. The capacitive switch can be used for many non-contact applications. The main challenge is to develop a sensor which can reliably distinguish between intentional switching operation and environmental interference.
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