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    Université de Neuchâtel

    System-Level Simulation Using Mixed-Nature Models

    Boegli, Alexis ; Moser, Vincent ; Amann, Hans Peter ; Pellandini, Fausto ; Romanowicz, Bart ; Lerch, Philippe ; Laudon, Matthew ; Renaud, Philippe

    In: Proceedings of the 1st Europe-Asia Congress on Metatronics, 1996, p. 12-17

    Miniaturized, integrated sensors and actuaturs are more and more used in microsystem applications. In order to promote their use further, specialists must make them more accessible to System designers. This can be done through behavioral modeling of sensors and actuators. The resulting models can be used in conjunction with models of the associated electronics to simulate a complete microsystem....

    Université de Neuchâtel

    Simulation and design of a three axis navigation microsystem based on micromachined sensors

    Ansel, Y. ; Lerch, Philippe ; Renaud, Philippe ; Paoletti, F. ; Grétillat, M.-A. ; de Rooij, Nicolaas F. ; Schröpfer, G. ; Ballandras, S. ; de Labachelerie, M. ; Marselli, C. ; Amann, Hans Peter ; Pellandini, Fausto

    In: MicroSim II (Simutation and design of microsystems and microstructures), 1997, vol. 2, p. 107-116

    The project presented in this paper aims at defining the limits of microsystems through the realisation of a navigation system based on inertial microsensors. The work includes (i) design, fabrication, characterisation of accelerometers and angular rate sensors, (ii) development of techniques for simulation of sensor behaviour, and (iii) design of a sensor data processing system.

    Université de Neuchâtel

    Modeling and simulation of electromechanical transducers in microsystems using an analog hardware description language

    Romanowicz, Bart ; Laudon, Matthew ; Lerch, Philippe ; Renaud, Philippe ; Amann, Hans-Peter ; Boegli, Alexis ; Moser, Vincent ; Pellandini, Fausto

    In: IEEE Proceedings of European Design and Test Conference (ED&TC), 1997, p. 119-123

    The analytical modeling and simulation of conservative electrostatic, electromagnetic and electrodynamic transducers found in microsystems using a non-linear lumped-parameter approach is presented in this paper. A comparison is made between this approach and the linearized equivalent circuit method. All models of transducers are written in HDL-ATM, a proprietary analogue hardware description...