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Yu-Ching Yeh, Ph.D. 2016

Electrical Engineering
Advisor: Prof. Boser
(510) 697-2855

Yu-Ching Yeh received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, in 2009 and 2011, respectively. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. degree at the University of California, Berkeley.
She worked on millimeter-wave wireless transceivers for her master's thesis, and current research interests focus on MEMS inertial sensor interface circuits.

FM Gyroscope [BPN608]
MEMS gyroscopes for consumer devices, such as smartphones and tablets, suffer from high power consumption and drift
which precludes their use in inertial navigation applications.  Conventional MEMS   gyroscopes detect Coriolis force through
measurement of very small displacements on a sense axis, which requires low-noise, and consequently high-power,
electronics. The sensitivity of the gyroscope is improved through mode-matching, but this introduces many other problems,
such as low bandwidth and unreliable scale factor. Additionally, the conventional Coriolis force detection method is very
sensitive to asymmetries in the mechanical transducer because the rate signal is derived from only the sense axis. Parasitic
coupling between the drive and sense axis introduces unwanted bias errors which could be rejected by a perfectly symmetric
readout scheme. This project develops frequency modulated (FM) gyroscopes that overcome the above limitations. FM
gyroscopes also promise to improve the power dissipation and drift of MEMS gyroscopes. We present results from a
prototype FM gyroscope with integrated CMOS readout electronics demonstrating the principle.         

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     Last Updated: Mon 2015-Nov-30 10:35:51

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