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Items from Current ECS Groups > Electronics and Electrical Engineerineering in 1987
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Andres, M. V., Foulds, K. W. H. and Tudor, M. J. (1987) Non-linear vibrations and hysteresis of micromechanical silicon resonators as frequency out sensors. Electronics Letters, 23 (18).

Andres, M. V., Foulds, K. W. H. and Tudor, M. J. (1987) Sensitivity of a frequency out silicon pressure sensor. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andres, M. V., Tudor, M. J. and Foulds, K. W. H. (1987) Analysis of an interferometric optical fibre detection technique. Electronics Letters, 23 (15).

Cranny, A. and White, N. M. (1987) Design and fabrication of thick film sensors. Hybrid Circuits, 12 . pp. 32-35.

Jeffery, P. D., Burr, P. M., Cranny, A. and Atkinson, J. K. (1987) Thick film chemical sensor array allows flexibility in specificity. Proceedings of the International Measurement Conference: Test + Transducer, 1 Trident.

Sykulski, J. K. and Hammond, P. (1987) Calculation of Electric and Magnetic Fields by Means of the Method of Tubes and Slices. In: International Symposium on Electromagnetic Fields in Electrical Engineering.

White, N. M. and Cranny, A. (1987) Design of thick film sensors. In: University of Southampton Institute of Transducer Technology Colloquium: New developments in transducer technology, University of Southampton.

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