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DECEMBER 1989
  • The Parkfield Earthquake Prediction Experiment
  • Detecting Low-Level Leaks of Volatile Petroleum Products
  • A Miniature Anemometer for Ultrafast Response
  • Mass Flow Sensing: Data Collection and Signal Processing
  • NOVEMBER 1989
  • An Introduction to Ultrasonic Sensing
  • Measuring Force and Strain in Industrial Applications
  • Human Hand Sensing for Robotics and Teleoperations
  • A Multinode Ultrasonic Sensor
  • OCTOBER 1989
  • Fiber-Optic Liquid Level Switch Provides Safe, Accurate Sensing
  • Focusable Fiber-Optic Systems for IR Thermometers
  • Machine Vision: Getting Started
  • Moire Interferometry Gives Machine Vision a Third Dimension
  • Remote Sensing in Archaeology: A Case Study
  • Fiber-Optic Sensors: Working on the Railroad
  • A Fiber-Optic Sensor Interface
  • Smart Transmitters in Temperature Measurement
  • AUGUST 1989
  • Gauging Problem Liquids with a Resistance-Tape Level Sensor
  • Automated Plumbing
  • Special-Purpose Photoelectric Sensors
  • SEPTEMBER 1989
  • Understanding Silicon Accelerometers
  • Testing Crash Dummies with an Angular Motion Sensor
  • A Shock Sensor with Internal Signal Conditioning
  • Cavity Waveguide IR Spectrophotometer
  • Detecting Defects in Graphite/Epoxy Materials
  • A New Inclinometer
  • Acceleration Measurements on a Free-Free Beam
  • Signal Conditioning of Transformer Coupled Sensors
  • Sensors in Food Processing: Part Two
  • JULY 1989
  • The Quartz Capacitive Pressure Sensor
  • Pressure Transmitters Monitor Loch Lomond's Water Levels
  • Pressure Sensing with Silicon
  • Disposable Low-Cost Catheter Tip Sensor Measures Blood Pressure During Surgery
  • Integration of Decaying Exponential Sensor Output Signals
  • Machine Vision System Features Flexible Software at Custom Speeds
  • JUNE 1989
  • Proximity Sensing with Microwave Technology
  • NAMUR-Output Proximity Switches
  • Consumer Applications of Silicon Sensors
  • Recording Environmental Data with a Tri-Axial Accelerometer
  • Magnetic Proximity Switches in Severe Environments
  • MAY 1989
  • Sensors in Race Car Data Acquisition
  • Sensors for Machine Tool Monitoring
  • A New Media Bead Detection System
  • The Basics of Piezoelectric Sensors
  • Piezoelectric Shakers
  • Piezoelectric Accelerometers for Ultrasonic Welding Quality Control
  • Bubble-Tilt Sensors Monitor Activity on Mount St. Helens
  • Magnetoresistive Sensors and Magnetic Encoders for Motion Control
  • Embedded Fiber-Optic Sensors Monitor Curing of Composites
  • Platinum Temperature Sensors: A New Generation
  • MARCH 1989
  • Generating a Precise RH for Calibration
  • Total Air Temperature Measurement
  • Stand-Alone Pressure Measurement Device for NASA's Space Shuttle Orbiter Vehicle
  • A Cost-Effective, Pre-Engineered Pressure Acquisition Interface
  • An RH Sensor Review, with HVAC Considerations
  • A Tactile Sensor for Analyzing Dental Occlusion
  • FEBRUARY 1989
  • PC-Based Data Acquisition Systems
  • The Effects of Fault Conditions on Sensors and Data Acquisition Systems
  • A Multiplexed Automotive Sensor System
  • Putting Anti-Lock Braking to the Test
  • JANUARY 1989
  • Progress in Sensing Technologies: 1984 -- 1994
  • Getting the Most from Linescan Imagers
  • Noncontact Temperature Sensing with Thin Film Thermopile Detectors
  • Differential Hall ICs for Gear Tooth Sensing in Hostile Environments
  • Machine Vision: A QC/QA Tool
  • A Prosthetic Hand with Tactile Sensitivity

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