MEMS based ultrasonic sensors

Looking to take advantage of a move to smaller sensors in a range of consumer electronics products, Chirp Microsystems has launched two ultrasonic time of flight sensors. Called the CH-101 and 201, the parts are said to be the smallest and lowest power devices of their kind currently available.

  • Piezo MEMS based ultrasonic sensors look to break into new applications

    Looking to take advantage of a move to smaller sensors in a range of consumer electronics products, Chirp Microsystems has launched two ultrasonic time of flight sensors. Called the CH-101 and 201, the parts are said to be the smallest and lowest power ... Read More
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    In a collaboration between the Graphene Flagship and the European Space Agency, experiments testing graphene for two different space-related applications have proved promising and the Flagship is set to continue developing graphene devices for use in ... Read More
  • Nanostructures control heat transfer

    A research group at the University of Bayreuth have succeeded in precisely controlling temperature-dependent thermal conductivity with the help of polymer materials. The findings are likely to have great relevance to the development of new concepts of thermal ... Read More
  • Australian team claims quantum chip breakthrough

    A team from the University of New South Wales says it has created a complete design for a quantum computer chip and adds the device can be made using mostly standard industry CMOS processes and components.

    And, showing confidence in its work, the ...
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