AVLSI compatible conducting polymer composite based "electronic nose" chip

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Abstract

The focus of this work would be to exploit the vapor detection technology developed recently at Caltech that forms the basis for a low power, simple "electronic nose". In this work we have integrated the sensors, signal preprocessing, signal processing, and data analysis functions into a single, low power, low cost, "nose chip". Such a device could be implantable covertly or overtly onto suspect sites, deployable through remote delivery methods, worn by soldiers for CW alerts and in principle for IFF or military/nonmilitary identification purposes, and for other areas of national security where low power, lightweight, small, chemical sensing is of importance.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTechnical Digest - International Electron Devices Meeting
Pages485-487
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2002
Event2002 IEEE International Devices Meeting (IEDM) - San Francisco, CA, United States
Duration: Dec 8 2002Dec 11 2002

Other

Other2002 IEEE International Devices Meeting (IEDM)
CountryUnited States
CitySan Francisco, CA
Period12/8/0212/11/02

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National security
Conducting polymers
Signal processing
Vapors
Sensors
Composite materials
Costs
Electronic nose

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Lewis, N. S. (2002). AVLSI compatible conducting polymer composite based "electronic nose" chip. In Technical Digest - International Electron Devices Meeting (pp. 485-487)

AVLSI compatible conducting polymer composite based "electronic nose" chip. / Lewis, Nathan S.

Technical Digest - International Electron Devices Meeting. 2002. p. 485-487.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Lewis, NS 2002, AVLSI compatible conducting polymer composite based "electronic nose" chip. in Technical Digest - International Electron Devices Meeting. pp. 485-487, 2002 IEEE International Devices Meeting (IEDM), San Francisco, CA, United States, 12/8/02.
Lewis NS. AVLSI compatible conducting polymer composite based "electronic nose" chip. In Technical Digest - International Electron Devices Meeting. 2002. p. 485-487
Lewis, Nathan S. / AVLSI compatible conducting polymer composite based "electronic nose" chip. Technical Digest - International Electron Devices Meeting. 2002. pp. 485-487
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