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1986 Solid-State, Actuators, and Microsystems Workshop Technical Digest
In the course of developing a sensor for simultaneous humidity and temperature sensing, we have investigated surface-acoustic-wave (SAY) transducers for use as tools in characterizing materials of interest in sens ing applications. In this paper we report a computer controlled test system for characterizing oscillator based sensors and demonstrate the utility of SAY oscil lator measurements for ga1n1ng insight into sorption processes in glassy polymers.doi:10.31438/trf.hh1986.24 fatcat:hcy5egv65vgplafd2mmicomarq