Advancements in CCD Image Sensors, Gas Sensors, Terahertz Sensors, and Hydrogen Sensors

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This issue of the Sensor TOE highlights key innovations and advancements in charge coupled device (CCD) image sensors, gas sensors, terahertz sensors, and sensors for detecting hydrogen leaks. The developments include a micro-electromechanical system (MEMS)-based sensor for dynamic measurement of the viscosity of a combustible or inert gas, nano-based sensors to detect multiple gases in the environment, economical terahertz sensors that can detect opaque materials, CCD sensors with improved operation in the near infrared (NIR) wavelength region, and hafnium sensors to detect tiny hydrogen leaks.Sensor TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) captures global sensor-related innovations and developments on a weekly b

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Advancements in CCD Image Sensors, Gas Sensors, Terahertz Sensors, and Hydrogen SensorsInnovations in CCD Image Sensors, Gas Sensors, Terahertz Sensors, and Hydrogen SensorsMiniature Gas Sensors to Measure the Quality of GasGas Sensor Technology Helps Detect Multiple Gases in the EnvironmentNovel Terahertz Sensor for Multispectral ApplicationsHigh-resolution CCD Image Sensor for Industrial ApplicationsHighly Sensitive Hydrogen Sensor for Detecting Small Hydrogen Leaks Industry Contacts




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Release Date : 05-Oct-18

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