NIST’s Chip Scale Magnetic Sensor Draws on Mini Clock Design

Described in the Dec. 27 issue of Applied Physics Letters, the device can be powered with batteries and is about 100x smaller than current atom-based sensors with similar sensitivities, which typically weigh several kilograms (about 6 lbs).

(December 29, 2004) Austin, Texas &#8212 Freescale Semiconductor’s inaugural Freescale Technology Forum is slated to be held June 20-23, 2005, in Orlando, Fla. This event combines elements of prior Freescale events, such as the Smart Networks Developer Forum and Embedded Connectivity Summit, offering technical education and hands-on training.

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