Ultrasonic distance sensors - An overview and trends

B. Henning, A. Schröder, Journal of Electronic Measurement and Instrument 25 (2011) 577–581.

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Nowadays ultrasonic distance sensors are widely used in automobiles, robotics and in industrial automation. Some functional principles of usable transducers for airborne ultrasonic distance measurements are shown. As every sensor principle, ultrasonic distance sensors have pros and cons which lead to some problems and challenges described below. For the main challenges (crosstalk and blind zone) some trends and solutions are presented.
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Journal of Electronic Measurement and Instrument
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577-581
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Henning B, Schröder A. Ultrasonic distance sensors - An overview and trends. Journal of Electronic Measurement and Instrument. 2011;25(7):577-581.
Henning, B., & Schröder, A. (2011). Ultrasonic distance sensors - An overview and trends. Journal of Electronic Measurement and Instrument, 25(7), 577–581.
@article{Henning_Schröder_2011, title={Ultrasonic distance sensors - An overview and trends}, volume={25}, number={7}, journal={Journal of Electronic Measurement and Instrument}, author={Henning, Bernd and Schröder, Andreas}, year={2011}, pages={577–581} }
Henning, Bernd, and Andreas Schröder. “Ultrasonic Distance Sensors - An Overview and Trends.” Journal of Electronic Measurement and Instrument 25, no. 7 (2011): 577–81.
B. Henning and A. Schröder, “Ultrasonic distance sensors - An overview and trends,” Journal of Electronic Measurement and Instrument, vol. 25, no. 7, pp. 577–581, 2011.
Henning, Bernd, and Andreas Schröder. “Ultrasonic Distance Sensors - An Overview and Trends.” Journal of Electronic Measurement and Instrument, vol. 25, no. 7, 2011, pp. 577–81.

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