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Vol. 219, Issue 1, January 2018

 

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Issue Title: Sensor Devices & Applications

 

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RESEARCH ARTICLES

 

1) Chalcogenide Glass Based Heavy Metal Sensors

    Ute Enseleit, Monika Berthold, Claudia Feller, Uwe Partsch, Stefan K?rner and Winfried Vonau, pp.1-8

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2) Mobile Sensor System AGaMon for Breath Control: Numerical Signal Analysis of Ternary Gas Mixtures and First Field Tests

    Rolf Seifert, Thorsten Conrad, Jens Peter, Hubert B. Keller, pp.9-16

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3) Development and Application of an Autonomous Time Synchronization Sensor Device Using a Chip Scale Atomic Clock

    Narito Kurata, pp.17-25

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4) Development of an Automatic Combination System of Clothing Parts for Blind People: MyEyes

    Daniel Rocha, vίtor Carvalho, Joaquim Gonçalves, Filipe Azevedo and Eva Oliveira, pp.26-33

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5) New Design for Stable and Robust Resonators, and Wireless Temperature SAW Sensors Based

    on the Use of a Single SAW Resonator Taking Advantage of New Design Criteria

    Marianne Sagnard, Thierry Laroche and Sylvain Ballandras, pp.34-43

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