Authors:Nianjan Byabarta,Abir Chattopadhyay,Swarup Kumar Mitra,
Keywords:Analog Sensors,Digital Sensors,linearization,Sensors,Neural Network,Transducers,Sensor Linearization,Universal Linearizer,
AbstractA comparative analysis of different Thermocouples temperature Vs output response is provided. Different linearizers with their nonlinearity are compared with the general response of thermocouples is also given for universality. A Neural Network based solution in the analogue and digital domains is proposed the analysis will help designers to choose this linearization technique best suited for a given application.
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