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A Microwave Sensor with Operating Band Selection to Detect Rotation and Proximity in the Rapid Prototyping Industry

Abstract

This paper presents a novel sensor for detecting and measuring angular rotation and proximity, intended for rapid prototyping machines. The sensor is based on a complementary split-ring resonator (CSRR) driven by a conductor-backed coplanar waveguide. The sensor has a planar topology, which makes it simple and cost-effective to produce and accurate in measuring both physical quantities. The sensor has two components, a rotor, and a stator: the first of these can rotate around its axis and translate along the plane normal to the ground. A detailed theoretical and numerical analysis, along with a circuit model, of the unique sensor design is presented. The proposed sensor exhibits linear response for measuring angular rotation and proximity in the range of 30×60 degrees and 0-200 μm. Another distinctive feature of the rotation and proximity sensor is the wide frequency band of applicability, which is an integral part of its novel design and is implemented through various dielectric material loadings on the CSRR. The stator was fabricated on RF-35 substrate, while the CSRR-based rotor was fabricated on TLY-5 and RF-35 substrates. The angular rotation, the proximity, the operating band selection, and the sensitivity were measured using a vector network analyzer and were found to be good matches to the simulated and theoretical result

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Articles
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artykuły w czasopismach
Published in:
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS pages 1 - 1,
ISSN: 0278-0046
Language:
English
Publication year:
2020
Bibliographic description:
Jha A., Lamęcki A., Mrozowski M., Maurizio B.: A Microwave Sensor with Operating Band Selection to Detect Rotation and Proximity in the Rapid Prototyping Industry// IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS -, (2020), s.1-1
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Digital Object Identifier (open in new tab) 10.1109/tie.2020.2965464
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