UK start-up uses marginal oscillation in speed sensor

Bush, Steve
November 2006
Electronics Weekly;11/29/2006, Issue 2267, p7
Trade Publication
Product Review
The article evaluates the speed and health sensor for turbochargers from Oxford RF Sensors.


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