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Title: Wearable magnetic field sensors for flexible electronics
Authors: Melzer, MichaelMönch, Jens IngolfMakarov, DenysZabila, YevhenBermúdez, Gilbert Santiago CañónKarnaushenko, DaniilBaunack, StefanBahr, FalkYan, ChenglinKaltenbrunner, MartinSchmidt, Oliver G.
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Issue Date: 2014
Published in: Advanced Materials, Volume 27, Issue 7, Page 1274-1280
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley
Abstract: Highly flexible bismuth Hall sensors on polymeric foils are fabricated, and the key optimization steps that are required to boost their sensitivity to the bulk value are identified. The sensor can be bent around the wrist or positioned on the finger to realize an interactive pointing device for wearable electronics. Furthermore, this technology is of great interest for the rapidly developing market of ­eMobility, for optimization of eMotors and magnetic bearings.
Keywords: bismuth Hall sensors; flexible electronics; flexible Hall sensorics; flexible magnetic field sensorics
DDC: 620
License: CC BY-NC 4.0 Unported
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