Is the calibrated / compenstated pressure output supposed to correct for ambient temperature changing?
the scaled raw temp value is featured in the equation for the comp pressure but if i heat the sensor without changing the pressure, the comp pressure reading drops (not expected) and the calibrated (degrees C ) temperature climbs (as expected)
i have 2 different sensors that behave the same, i can see the calibration coeffs are different but in the same ranges for each parameter so I am pretty sure I am doing all the right stuff with the numbers as the calibrated outputs are 'correct' in as much as they output believable numbers but with heat alone as a modulation to the sensor, the pressure is moving
am i missing something here?
i am hoping to use the 2 in a differential mode which seems ok so far as long as the temperatue doesn't change
Their products(https://www.bosch-sensortec.com/news/accurate-indoor-localization-can-save-thousands-of-lives-enabled-by-pressures-sensing-solution.html) seem to claim to be FCC(https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2020/01/16/2019-28483/wireless-e911-location-accuracy-requirements) compliant, but what about the DP310?
Since the absolute accuracy of the DP310 is 1pHa (±8m), is it not possible to comply with the FCC standard ±3?
Smartphone vendors seem to want to build pressure sensors into smartphones to enhance GPS capabilities in order to comply with the FCC.
I tried using the ISO15693 command 0x20 to read the block, but it was unsuccessful. I saw the other post it supposed to support the command set. I know this chip has both secured memory and plain memory area, how do I address the plain memory area? Do I need the sector select command?
I have laser sensor. I want to detect pulse signals below 10ns with MCU. What criteria are important for the MCU to detect this signal? e.g Instruction cycle speed, Clock speed or GPIO speed... Which one? or what is important?
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DPS368 as datasheet discription, it can detect the temperature, right? thanks.
The DPS368 is a miniaturized Digital
Barometric Air Pressure Sensor robust
against water, dust and humidity. It offers a
high accuracy and a low current
consumption, capable of measuring both
pressure and temperature. The pressure
sensor element is based on a capacitive
sensing principle which guarantees high
precision during temperature changes
Can anyone please provide me with the BSDL file for the Cypress CPLD CY37512P208-83NI. I really need to JTAG program this part and have a STAPL file but need the BSDL.
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Our company is a manufacturer of RF modules.
We did a new module to replace TDA5210.
So we used the TDA5240 DK board for testing.
And now there is a problem when the first data is fetched, his Pulse width is inconsistent with tda5210.
below is our waveform picture
SPI setting as an attachment file.
could you help me?