Compensate for Large Temperature Swings in Fluxgate Applications


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akhurash
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Oct3-12, 01:38 PM
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I was wondering what different method's there are for compensating for large temperature swings in a fluxgate magnetometer and obtain a consistent and repeatable value. Iím trying to obtain this without using a temperature sensor; I would like to use analog or digital components to do this.
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akhurash
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Oct3-12, 01:40 PM
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What I mean is that I want to be able to detect a constant field in different temperatures without reading a temperature from a temperature sensor and using a micro-controller.


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