Zou, X and Thiruvenkatanathan, P and Seshia, AA (2012) Micro-electro-mechanical resonant tilt sensor. 2012 IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium, IFCS 2012, Proceedings. pp. 744-747.Full text not available from this repository.
This paper reports a micro-electro-mechanical tilt sensor based on resonant sensing principles. The tilt sensor measures orientation by sensing the component of gravitational acceleration along a specified input axis. Design aspects of the tilt sensor are first introduced and a design trade-off between sensitivity, resolution and robustness is addressed. A prototype sensor is microfabricated in a foundry process. The sensor is characterized to validate predictive analytical and FEA models of performance. The prototype is tested over tilt angles ranging over ±90 degrees and the linearity of the sensor is found to be better than 1.4% over the tilt angle range of ±20°. The noise-limited resolution of the sensor is found to be approximately 0.00026 degrees for an integration time of 0.6 seconds. © 2012 IEEE.
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