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Kevin, T.C.C., Han, D., Ravinder, P.S., et al. (2010) 118-dB Namic Range, Continuous-Time, Opened-Loop Capactance to Voltage Converter Readout for Capacitive MEMS Accelerometer. Solid State Circuits Conference. IEEE, 1-4.

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  • TITLE: Summary of Research Status and Application of MEMS Accelerometers

    AUTHORS: Weimeng Niu, Liqing Fang, Lei Xu, Xu Li, Ruikun Huo, Deqing Guo, Ziyuan Qi

    KEYWORDS: MEMS Technology, MEMS Accelerometer

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Computer and Communications, Vol.6 No.12, December 30, 2018

    ABSTRACT: The rapid development of MEMS technology has made MEMS accelerometers mature and the application range has been expanded. Many kinds of MEMS accelerometers are researched. According to the working principle of MEMS accelerometer, it can be divided into: piezoresistive, piezoelectric, capacitive, tunnel, resonant, electromagnetic, thermocouple, optical, inductive, etc. Due to its outstanding features in terms of size, quality, power consumption and reliability, MEMS sensors are used in military applications and where high environmental resistance is required. MEMS accelerometers are developing rapidly and have good application prospects. In order to make MEMS accelerometers more widely understood, the advantages of MEMS accelerometers are expounded. The research status of MEMS accelerometers is introduced, and MEMS are analyzed. The application of accelerometers in real-world environments, and the development trend of MEMS accelerometers in the future. More scholars will invest in MEMS accelerometer research, pursuing high performance, low power consumption, high precision, multi-function, and interaction. Strong MEMS accelerometers will be ubiquitous in the future.