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Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Piezoelectric devices.,
  • Integrated circuits.,
  • Detectors.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Fabiano Fruett and Gerard C.M. Meijer.
    SeriesThe Kluwer international series in engineering and computer science -- SECS 682. -- Analog circuits and signal processing, Kluwer international series in engineering and computer science -- SECS 682., Kluwer international series in engineering and computer science
    ContributionsMeijer, G. C. M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7872.P54 F74 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 161 p. :
    Number of Pages161
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19289229M
    ISBN 101402070535
    LC Control Number2002069518


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This phenomenon is called the piezojunction effect. The piezojunction effect is the main cause of inaccuracy and drift in integrated temperature sensors and bandgap voltage references.

The aim of The Piezojunction Effect in Silicon Integrated Circuits and Sensors is twofold. Firstly, to describe techniques that can reduce the mechanical-stress-induced inaccuracy and long.

Most investigations of the piezojunction effect have been concentrated on the design of mechanical sensors. The piezojunction effect has been much less studied as the source of inaccuracy of bandgap references and temperature sensors, however.

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This thesis describes an investigation of the piezojunction effect in silicon. The aim of this investigation is twofold.

First, to propose some techniques to reduce the mechanical-stress-induced inaccuracy and long-term instability of many analogue circuits such as bandgap references and monolithic temperature transducers.

Second, to apply the piezojunction effect to new mechanical sensor. () Piezo effects in silicon. In: The Piezojunction Effect in Silicon Integrated Circuits and Sensors. The International Series in Engineering and Computer Science (Analog Circuits and Signal Processing), vol Request PDF | On Jan 1,Fabiano Fruett and others published Piezo effects in silicon | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

The Piezojunction Effect in Silicon. Consequences and Applications for Integrated Circuits and Sensors. By F. Fruett. Abstract. This thesis describes an investigation of the piezojunction effect in silicon. The aim of this investigation is twofold.

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(promotor) Faculty. Information Systems and Technology. Date. Abstract. This thesis describes an investigation of the piezojunction effect in by: 3. This paper describes a test structure to characterize the piezojunction effect for the base-emitter voltage V BE and the PTAT voltage δV BE.

The piezojunction effect directly affects the accuracy of temperature sensors and special types of pressure sensors. Packaging is a source of mechanical stress in electronics by: F. Fruett, “Chapter 2, The piezojunction effect in Silicon sensors”, Ph.D Thesis, TU Delft, Sep.

Mechanical stress in integrated circuits. Introduction. The investigation of the piezojunction effect is a multidisciplinary task. It involves three fields of knowledge: mechanics, physics and Size: KB.

This book describes techniques that can reduce mechanical-stress-induced inaccuracy and long-term instability in chips. The authors also show that the piezojunction effect can be applied for.

The piezojunction effect is also important to understanding sources of unwanted offset in integrated circuits and sensors –. Piezoresistive Theory The discovery of such large piezoresistive effects demanded a theory of the underlying by: Owing to the piezojunction effect, mechanical stress is a dominant cause of inaccuracy and long-term instability in the base-emitter voltage of integrated bipolar transistors.

This effect directly affects the accuracy of important basic circuits such as bandgap voltage references and temperature sensors. Novel results are presented of an experimental investigation of the piezojunction effect. This phenomenon is called the piezojunction effect. The piezojunction effect is the main cause of inaccuracy and drift in integrated temperature sensors and bandgap voltage references.

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A model of a low supply voltage bandgap reference circuit has been developed to determine the circuit response to parameter drifts caused by the mechanical stress from packaging. Test chips have been implemented in micron CMOS technology to determine statistically which features of the circuit are the main contributors to the observed stress sensitivity.

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