Noise analysis and characterization of a sigma delta capacitive silicon microaccelerometer

Najefi, Khalil
Junseok, Chae
Külah, Haluk


Noise analysis and characterization of a sigma-delta/capacitive microaccelerometer
Külah, Haluk; Yazdi, N; Najafi, K (2006-02-01)
This paper reports a high-sensitivity low-noise capacitive accelerometer system with one micro-g/root Hz resolution. The accelerometer and interface electronics together operate as a second-order electromechanical sigma-delta modulator. A detailed noise analysis of electromechanical sigma-delta capacitive accelerometers with a final goal of achieving sub-jig resolution is also presented. The analysis and test results have shown that amplifier thermal and sensor charging reference voltage noises are dominant...
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K. Najefi, C. Junseok, and H. Külah, “Noise analysis and characterization of a sigma delta capacitive silicon microaccelerometer,” 2003, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: