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In practice, a high-dynamic vibration sensor is often plagued by the problem of drift, which is caused by thermal effects. Conversely, low-drift sensors typically have a limited sample rate range. This paper presents a system combining different types of sensors to address general drift problems that occur in measurements for high-dynamic vibration signals. In this paper, the hardware structure and algorithms for fusing high-dynamic and low-drift sensors are described. The algorithms include adoi:10.3390/s19010186 fatcat:nlogiaabjnhxvmzo2wv4gfbalm