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Chuck Sins

National Semiconductor Corp.

Chuck Sins, MSEE, is a strategic applications engineer for National Semiconductor's Precision Systems organization working on sensor signal-path products. He can be reached at National Semiconductor Corp., Santa Clara, CA; 408-721-6758, ?subject=Re%3A%20A%20New%20Class%20of%20Sensor%20Analog%20Front%20Ends">

A New Class of Sensor Analog Front Ends   March 1, 2011
By: Chuck Sins

Designing analog signal paths for sensors is both challenging and time-consuming; the LMP90100 and LMP91000 sensor analog front end ICs aim to ease development and speed the design of low-power transmitters and toxic gas sensors, respectively.




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