Silicon Temperature Sensing with Precision— An Autobiographical Look at Measuring Temperature to ±0.1°C
This paper examines the accuracy of the latest generation of silicon temperature sensors. These sensors provide a digital output, require no linearization, are available in small package sizes, and are low power. Many can be programmed with alarm functions to alert systems of a potential malfunction.
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