Inventions and Know-How
Our R&D team, led by Prof. R. Popovic, invented some of the most advanced magnetic field sensors:
- The first integrated 3D Hall Probe
- The most sensitive Vertical Hall Devices
- The best Angular Position Sensors
- The most successful Compass Chip
- Novel Current Sensors
We can help you develop your own advanced products based on these inventions and the related know-how. Or we can grant you a license on some of our patents or designs.
Our Inventions and Hall Sensor Designs available for Licensing:
EP2265962 Magnetic field sensor measuring a direction of a magnetic field in a plane and current sensor (granted: USA, JP, EU). Preferred application: Accurate and fast Integrated Angular Position Sensors.
EP13174935 Current transducer for measuring an electrical current (granted: EU; pending: JP). Preferred application: High-resolution Current Transducers.
EP14182975.4 Current transducer for measuring an electrical current flowing through a cable (granted: USA, pending: EU). Preferred application: High-resolution Current Transducers.
EP14176835.8 Vertical Hall Device (granted: USA, pending: EU, JP, CN). Application: High-resolution CMOS integrated vertical Hall device.
EP16157316.7 Angle sensor, magnetic field sensor and method of measuring an angle of a magnetic field;(pending: EU, CN, JP, KR, US). Preferred Application: Accurate and fast Integrated Angular Position Sensors and Small Angle Detectors.
EP16196608.0 Calibration tool for calibrating a magnetic sensor (pending: EU)
CMOS Integrated Horizontal Hall Device Cell, featuring high magnetic sensitivity and low 1/f noise, is compatible with the spinning current technique.Download Datasheet
CMOS Integrated Vertical Hall Device Cell (patent pending), featuring high magnetic sensitivity and low 1/f noise, is compatible with the spinning current technique.Download Datasheet
Interface Circuit for Hall Sensors
CMOS Hall Spinning Current Integrated Circuit Cell, containing a horizontal and/or vertical Hall device, digital circuits and switches for the Hall spinning current biasing and signal readoutDownload Datasheet