Packaging Hall Effect Devices
In order to share in today’s tributes to Doctor Edwin Hall, I would like to tell you about some practical applications that one company has derived from his discovery. The company is my employer, MICRO SWITCH, a Honeywell division.
KeywordsHall Effect Solder Bump Hall Sensor Flip Chip Indium Antimonide
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