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Bias superposition: an on-line test strategy for a MEMS based conductivity sensor

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Bias superposition : an on-line test strategy for a MEMS based conductivity sensor. / Jeffrey, C ; Xu, Z ; Richardson, A .

ETS 2005:10th IEEE European Test Symposium, Proceedings. LOS ALAMITOS : IEEE COMPUTER SOC, 2005. p. 88-93.

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Jeffrey, C, Xu, Z & Richardson, A 2005, Bias superposition: an on-line test strategy for a MEMS based conductivity sensor. in ETS 2005:10th IEEE European Test Symposium, Proceedings. IEEE COMPUTER SOC, LOS ALAMITOS, pp. 88-93. https://doi.org/10.1109/ETS.2005.9

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Jeffrey, C., Xu, Z., & Richardson, A. (2005). Bias superposition: an on-line test strategy for a MEMS based conductivity sensor. In ETS 2005:10th IEEE European Test Symposium, Proceedings (pp. 88-93). IEEE COMPUTER SOC. https://doi.org/10.1109/ETS.2005.9

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Jeffrey C, Xu Z, Richardson A. Bias superposition: an on-line test strategy for a MEMS based conductivity sensor. In ETS 2005:10th IEEE European Test Symposium, Proceedings. LOS ALAMITOS: IEEE COMPUTER SOC. 2005. p. 88-93 doi: 10.1109/ETS.2005.9

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Jeffrey, C ; Xu, Z ; Richardson, A . / Bias superposition : an on-line test strategy for a MEMS based conductivity sensor. ETS 2005:10th IEEE European Test Symposium, Proceedings. LOS ALAMITOS : IEEE COMPUTER SOC, 2005. pp. 88-93

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