Linearize optical distance sensors with a voltage-to-frequency converter

Dimitrov, Jordan
April 2012
EDN;4/19/2012, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p47
Trade Publication
Product Review
The article evaluates the GP2D120 distance sensor from Sharp.


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