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Hsuan-hao Huang – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • A Citric Acid Concentration Detector Used With Chicken Poultry Drinking Solution
    IEEE Sensors Journal, 2019
    Co-Authors: Cheng- Ta Chiang, Chin-hu Huang, Hsuan-hao Huang

    Abstract:

    In this paper, a citric Acid Concentration detector was newly used with chicken poultry drinking solution. It consisted of a citric Acid sensor and a proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer. The proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer can linearly convert citric Acid Concentration into a duty cycle output. Compared with the traditional analog outputs, the proposed detector could have less noise sensitivity due to its digital output. Moreover, an adjustment technique to vary the input currents of the proposed sensor transducer is also presented. The functionality matching the different current ranges of other citric Acid sensors could thus be easily achieved. All functions of the citric Acid sensor and proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer were verified through measurements. The measured input current dynamic range of the proposed sensor transducer was from $0.1~\mu \text{A}$ to 8.77 mA (i.e., 98.86 dB). The citric Acid Concentration ranged from 1% to 15%, with the corresponding duty cycle ranging from 51.3% to 96.3%. The maximum linear error measured was 0.28%. Sensitivity was measured at 3.2%/%, and the chip area was $1.49\times1.49$ mm2. Finally, an experiment for detecting the citric Acid Concentration of chicken poultry drinking solution was conducted, proving that the proposed chip was suitable for citric Acid Concentration detection.

  • A Citric Acid Concentration Detector Used With Chicken Poultry Drinking Solution
    IEEE Sensors Journal, 2019
    Co-Authors: Cheng- Ta Chiang, Chin-hu Huang, Hsuan-hao Huang

    Abstract:

    In this paper, a citric Acid Concentration detector was newly used with chicken poultry drinking solution. It consisted of a citric Acid sensor and a proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer. The proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer can linearly convert citric Acid Concentration into a duty cycle output. Compared with the traditional analog outputs, the proposed detector could have less noise sensitivity due to its digital output. Moreover, an adjustment technique to vary the input currents of the proposed sensor transducer is also presented. The functionality matching the different current ranges of other citric Acid sensors could thus be easily achieved. All functions of the citric Acid sensor and proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer were verified through measurements. The measured input current dynamic range of the proposed sensor transducer was from 0.1 μA to 8.77 mA (i.e., 98.86 dB). The citric Acid Concentration ranged from 1% to 15%, with the corresponding duty cycle ranging from 51.3% to 96.3%. The maximum linear error measured was 0.28%. Sensitivity was measured at 3.2%/%, and the chip area was 1.49 × 1.49 mm2. Finally, an experiment for detecting the citric Acid Concentration of chicken poultry drinking solution was conducted, proving that the proposed chip was suitable for citric Acid Concentration detection.

  • A CMOS Citric Acid Concentration to Duty Cycle Converter with Adjustment Circuits for Detecting Citric Acid Concentration Applications
    2018 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation (ICMA), 2018
    Co-Authors: Cheng- Ta Chiang, Chin-hu Huang, Hsuan-hao Huang

    Abstract:

    In this paper, a CMOS citric Acid Concentration to duty cycle converter with adjustment circuits for detecting citric Acid Concentration applications is newly proposed. An adjustment technique to make largest sensitivity of sensors is also proposed. After adjustment, the maximum range of input current generated by sensors is 0.1 μA to 15 mA, and its corresponding range of output duty cycle range is 11.1 to 98.99 %. The chip area is 1.49 × 1.49 mm2. The proposed chip is appropriate for detecting citric Acid Concentration in food, drinks, cosmetics, and etc. The output of the proposed chip could be easily communicated to back-end digital systems, such as mobile devices, and quickly display the information of the citric Acid Concentration.

Cheng- Ta Chiang – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • A Citric Acid Concentration Detector Used With Chicken Poultry Drinking Solution
    IEEE Sensors Journal, 2019
    Co-Authors: Cheng- Ta Chiang, Chin-hu Huang, Hsuan-hao Huang

    Abstract:

    In this paper, a citric Acid Concentration detector was newly used with chicken poultry drinking solution. It consisted of a citric Acid sensor and a proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer. The proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer can linearly convert citric Acid Concentration into a duty cycle output. Compared with the traditional analog outputs, the proposed detector could have less noise sensitivity due to its digital output. Moreover, an adjustment technique to vary the input currents of the proposed sensor transducer is also presented. The functionality matching the different current ranges of other citric Acid sensors could thus be easily achieved. All functions of the citric Acid sensor and proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer were verified through measurements. The measured input current dynamic range of the proposed sensor transducer was from $0.1~\mu \text{A}$ to 8.77 mA (i.e., 98.86 dB). The citric Acid Concentration ranged from 1% to 15%, with the corresponding duty cycle ranging from 51.3% to 96.3%. The maximum linear error measured was 0.28%. Sensitivity was measured at 3.2%/%, and the chip area was $1.49\times1.49$ mm2. Finally, an experiment for detecting the citric Acid Concentration of chicken poultry drinking solution was conducted, proving that the proposed chip was suitable for citric Acid Concentration detection.

  • A Citric Acid Concentration Detector Used With Chicken Poultry Drinking Solution
    IEEE Sensors Journal, 2019
    Co-Authors: Cheng- Ta Chiang, Chin-hu Huang, Hsuan-hao Huang

    Abstract:

    In this paper, a citric Acid Concentration detector was newly used with chicken poultry drinking solution. It consisted of a citric Acid sensor and a proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer. The proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer can linearly convert citric Acid Concentration into a duty cycle output. Compared with the traditional analog outputs, the proposed detector could have less noise sensitivity due to its digital output. Moreover, an adjustment technique to vary the input currents of the proposed sensor transducer is also presented. The functionality matching the different current ranges of other citric Acid sensors could thus be easily achieved. All functions of the citric Acid sensor and proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer were verified through measurements. The measured input current dynamic range of the proposed sensor transducer was from 0.1 μA to 8.77 mA (i.e., 98.86 dB). The citric Acid Concentration ranged from 1% to 15%, with the corresponding duty cycle ranging from 51.3% to 96.3%. The maximum linear error measured was 0.28%. Sensitivity was measured at 3.2%/%, and the chip area was 1.49 × 1.49 mm2. Finally, an experiment for detecting the citric Acid Concentration of chicken poultry drinking solution was conducted, proving that the proposed chip was suitable for citric Acid Concentration detection.

  • A CMOS citric Acid Concentration to continuous-time incremental delta-sigma modulator for detecting fruit citric Acid Concentration in fruit farms
    2018 IEEE International Conference on Applied System Invention (ICASI), 2018
    Co-Authors: Cheng- Ta Chiang, Shun-jyun Jiang

    Abstract:

    In this project, a CMOS citric Acid Concentration transducer for detecting fruit citric Acid Concentration in fruit farms is recently proposed. Fabricated in the TSMC D35 2P4M CMOS technology with 3.0 V supply, the proposed citric Acid Concentration transducer has been checked in the performance simulations by SPICE and MATLAB programs to prove all the functions are work correctly. The chip size is 1.12 × 2.054 mm2. The proposed chip has a general-purpose which could be used to detect many kinds of fruits citric Acid Concentration.

Chin-hu Huang – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • A Citric Acid Concentration Detector Used With Chicken Poultry Drinking Solution
    IEEE Sensors Journal, 2019
    Co-Authors: Cheng- Ta Chiang, Chin-hu Huang, Hsuan-hao Huang

    Abstract:

    In this paper, a citric Acid Concentration detector was newly used with chicken poultry drinking solution. It consisted of a citric Acid sensor and a proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer. The proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer can linearly convert citric Acid Concentration into a duty cycle output. Compared with the traditional analog outputs, the proposed detector could have less noise sensitivity due to its digital output. Moreover, an adjustment technique to vary the input currents of the proposed sensor transducer is also presented. The functionality matching the different current ranges of other citric Acid sensors could thus be easily achieved. All functions of the citric Acid sensor and proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer were verified through measurements. The measured input current dynamic range of the proposed sensor transducer was from $0.1~\mu \text{A}$ to 8.77 mA (i.e., 98.86 dB). The citric Acid Concentration ranged from 1% to 15%, with the corresponding duty cycle ranging from 51.3% to 96.3%. The maximum linear error measured was 0.28%. Sensitivity was measured at 3.2%/%, and the chip area was $1.49\times1.49$ mm2. Finally, an experiment for detecting the citric Acid Concentration of chicken poultry drinking solution was conducted, proving that the proposed chip was suitable for citric Acid Concentration detection.

  • A Citric Acid Concentration Detector Used With Chicken Poultry Drinking Solution
    IEEE Sensors Journal, 2019
    Co-Authors: Cheng- Ta Chiang, Chin-hu Huang, Hsuan-hao Huang

    Abstract:

    In this paper, a citric Acid Concentration detector was newly used with chicken poultry drinking solution. It consisted of a citric Acid sensor and a proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer. The proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer can linearly convert citric Acid Concentration into a duty cycle output. Compared with the traditional analog outputs, the proposed detector could have less noise sensitivity due to its digital output. Moreover, an adjustment technique to vary the input currents of the proposed sensor transducer is also presented. The functionality matching the different current ranges of other citric Acid sensors could thus be easily achieved. All functions of the citric Acid sensor and proposed citric Acid Concentration sensor transducer were verified through measurements. The measured input current dynamic range of the proposed sensor transducer was from 0.1 μA to 8.77 mA (i.e., 98.86 dB). The citric Acid Concentration ranged from 1% to 15%, with the corresponding duty cycle ranging from 51.3% to 96.3%. The maximum linear error measured was 0.28%. Sensitivity was measured at 3.2%/%, and the chip area was 1.49 × 1.49 mm2. Finally, an experiment for detecting the citric Acid Concentration of chicken poultry drinking solution was conducted, proving that the proposed chip was suitable for citric Acid Concentration detection.

  • A CMOS Citric Acid Concentration to Duty Cycle Converter with Adjustment Circuits for Detecting Citric Acid Concentration Applications
    2018 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation (ICMA), 2018
    Co-Authors: Cheng- Ta Chiang, Chin-hu Huang, Hsuan-hao Huang

    Abstract:

    In this paper, a CMOS citric Acid Concentration to duty cycle converter with adjustment circuits for detecting citric Acid Concentration applications is newly proposed. An adjustment technique to make largest sensitivity of sensors is also proposed. After adjustment, the maximum range of input current generated by sensors is 0.1 μA to 15 mA, and its corresponding range of output duty cycle range is 11.1 to 98.99 %. The chip area is 1.49 × 1.49 mm2. The proposed chip is appropriate for detecting citric Acid Concentration in food, drinks, cosmetics, and etc. The output of the proposed chip could be easily communicated to back-end digital systems, such as mobile devices, and quickly display the information of the citric Acid Concentration.