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Frost & Sullivan spotlights MEMSIC’s AMR sensor technology

Time:2016-05-12 Views:

Frost & Sullivan recognized MEMSIC, Inc., as its recipient of the 2016 North American Technology Innovation award. According to Frost & Sullivan, by investing in innovative and effective processes, design and manufacturing capabilities, MEMSIC has positioned anisotropic magnetoresistance (AMR) sensor technology to take market share away from Hall sensors.

Compared to Hall magnetic sensors, AMR sensors provide technical advantages, explains Frost & Sullivan, such as a wider air gap; more sensitivity, particularly at room temperature; better immunity to vibrations; and the ability to consume less power.

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