2021 IEEE International Solid- State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) 2021
DOI: 10.1109/isscc42613.2021.9365837
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“…However, these magnetometers cannot be implanted because the size of the sensor head tends to be large. Magnetometers with integrated FG (IFG) have been developed for small-sized realizations [11], [12], [13], [14], where its noise floors are relatively high, around a few nT/ √ Hz. FG-based magnetometers require a larger excitation current for saturating magnetization of a core in the FG sensor heads.…”
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“…However, these magnetometers cannot be implanted because the size of the sensor head tends to be large. Magnetometers with integrated FG (IFG) have been developed for small-sized realizations [11], [12], [13], [14], where its noise floors are relatively high, around a few nT/ √ Hz. FG-based magnetometers require a larger excitation current for saturating magnetization of a core in the FG sensor heads.…”
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“…599 The MI-based magnetometer is driven by a short time pulse, 600 and therefore, the excitation current can be saved compared 601 with the FG-based ones. Although magnetometers based on 602 IFG [12], [14] can provide a chip-scaled implementation and 603 achieve a larger input range, they still have a higher level of 604 noise and power consumption.…”
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