Ultra low power temperature compensation method for palladium nanowire grid
From Science direct: One of the nanowires was covered with a 2-Hydroxyethyl methacrylate based compound to prevent hydrogen from reaching the wire. The compound was dried by a UV source and tested in chamber for comparison with previous measurements. The results shows that temperature effects can be reduced by a digital signal processing algorithm without measuring temperature near or at the substrate. With this method no additional temperature probes are necessary making this solution a candidate for ultra low power wireless applications.
|Published in||Procedia Engineering vol. 5|
|Key words||DSP, Digital signal processing, Nanowire, Palladium, DEA, Amplifier, Ultra low power, Temperature compensation|