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Author (up) D. Antonio, H. Pastoriza, P. Julian, P. Mandolesi url  doi
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  Title Cryogenic transimpedance amplifier for micromechanical capacitive sensors Type Journal Article
  Year 2008 Publication Review of Scientific Instruments Abbreviated Journal Rev. Sci. Instrum.  
  Volume 79 Issue 8 Pages 084703  
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  Abstract We developed a cryogenic transimpedance amplifier that works at a broad range of temperatures, from room temperature down to 4 K. The device was realized with a standard complementary metal oxide semiconductor 1.5 μm process. Measurements of current-voltage characteristics, open-loop gain, input referred noise current, and power consumption are presented as a function of temperature. The transimpedance amplifier has been successfully applied to sense the motion of a polysilicon micromechanical oscillator at low temperatures. The whole device is intended to serve as a magnetometer for microscopic superconducting samples  
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  Call Number BT @ hernan @ antonio08 Serial 4  
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