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Magnetoresistive sensors 
AMR magnetic field sensors Anisotropic Magnetoresistors, Magnetoresistive sensors are made of a nickel-iron (Permalloy) thin film deposited on a silicon wafer and patterned as a resistive strip, ...
Applications of Magnetoresistive Sensors in Navigation Systems pdf file
Basic Introduction to the use of Magnetoresistive Sensors aThis application note provides an introduction to the rudiments of anisotropic magnetoresistive (AMR) sensors for those users who may be unfamiliar with their characteristics and modes of operation and goes on to describe some applications, with guidelines to getting the best use out of the sensors, pdf file
Compass Sensor This electronic device is a high sensitive magnetic field sensor, magnetoresistive effect of thin-film permalloy
Comparison of Hall Effect and MR technologies pdf file
Electronic compass chips KMZ51, KMZ52, pdf file
KMI15/2 Integrated rotational speed sensor, magnetic wheel speed sensor circuit, pdf file
KMZ10 The KMZ10A is an extremely sensitive magnetic field sensor, employing the magnetoresistive effect of thin-film permalloy, pdf file
KMZ10 pdf file
Linear position sensors a non-contact, non-wear-out solution for long span absolute linear position sensing, pdf file
Magnetic current sensing magnetic current sensing, describes the basic principles using magnetic sensors to measure current, pdf file
Magnetic field sensing magnetic position sensing using Anisotropic Magneto-Resistive (AMR) sensors, pdf file
Magnetic field sensor pdf file
Magnetic field sensors utilizing iron garnet materials fibre optic magnetic field sensors utilizing iron garnet materials. Such materials exhibit a large Faraday rotation which make them advantageous for application in compact mag-netic field sensors, pdf file
Magnetic field sensor pdf file
Magnetic field sensor KMZ51, KMZ52, electronic compass design, pdf file
Magnetic field sensors Magnetic field sensors, Magnetoresistive (MR) sensors make use of the magnetoresistive effect, the property of a current-carrying magnetic material to change its resistivity in the presence of an external magnetic field, pdf file
Magnetic field sensors utilizing iron garnet materials pdf file
Magnetic position sensors pdf file
Magnetic position sensors Magnetic position sensing using Anisotropic Magneto-Resistive (AMR) sensors, pdf file
Magnetic Sensor magnetic sensor based on Hall effect
Magnetic position sensors magnetic position sensors, applications, pdf file
Magnetic sensors magnetic sensors
Magnetic sensors datasheets Compassing, Magnetometry, Position-Sensing, Vehicle Detection, GPS Navigation, Telematics
Magnetoresistive Sensors Magnetoresistive Sensors, Magnetoresistive Magnetic Field Sensor, Principles of Operation and Applications, pdf file
Magnetoresistive sensors Magnetoresistive sensors are used to measure small changes in magnetic fields, pdf file
Magnetic Sensors Literature
Magnetoresistive current sensor pdf file
Magneto resistieve sensoren (in Dutch)
Magnetoresistive Sensors The magnetoresistive effect is the change of the resistivity of a material due to a magnetic field, Anisotropic Magnetoresistive (AMR) effect, pdf file
Magnetoresistive Sensors
Magnetoresistive sensors for magnetic field measurement pdf file
Magnetoresistive sensors for magnetic field measurement Magnetoresistive (MR) sensors make use of the magnetoresistive effect, the property of a current-carrying magnetic material to change its resistivity in the presenceof an external magnetic field, KMZ10, pdf file
Magnetoresistance (MR) transducers Magnetoresistance (MR) transducers
RPM meter circuit RPM meter and rotational speed sensor
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