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Items from Old ECS Groups > Electronic Systems and Devices Group in 1990
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Al-Hashimi, B. M. and Fidler, J. K. (1990) Novel high frequency continuous time lowpass OTA based filters. In: UNSPECIFIED. pp. 1171-1173.

Al-Hashimi, B. M. and Holden, A. G. (1990) On the practical implementation of high performance active audio filters using the FDNR concept. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Cranny, A. (1990) NO2 sensors based on conductivity changes in thick film screen printed organic semiconductors. In: University of Southampton Institute of Transducer Technology Colloquium: Environmental and pollution sensing, University of Southampton.

Holford, K. M., Bakopoulos, C. P. and White, N. M. (1990) The development of a high pressure, thick-film sensor. In: Proceedings of I Mech E Mechatronics Conference. pp. 47-59.

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Atkinson, J. K. and Cranny, A. (1990) An investigation into the viability of screen printed organic semiconductor compounds as gas sensors. In: New Materials and their Applications, pp. 345-354, IOP Conference Series.

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