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How to Choose the Best MEMS Sensor for a Wireless CbM System

How to Choose the Best MEMS Sensor for a Wireless CbM System

Using wireless devices in harsh RF operating environments such as the factory floor requires robust communications. This article discusses why low power, high performance MEMS sensors and high fidelity, low power signal chain components are critical in providing the CbM industry with wireless capabilities that are required. Learn in this paper how to choose the best MEMS sensor by considering different factors such as noise, bandwidth, g range, power and turn-on time. The article will also introduce the Voyager platform, a robust vibration monitoring platform enabling designers to rapidly deploy a wireless solution to a machine or test setup.

Learning points:

  • What are the differences between competing wireless sensor networks in the CbM market?
  • Why are MEMS sensors replacing piezoelectric vibration sensors?
  • How to choose the best MEMS sensor for wireless CbM applications in harsh RF environments?

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