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2) In this conﬁguration, the temperature inﬂuence is canceled to the ﬁrst order, but highfrequency ﬂuctuations on the supply voltages directly affect the output voltages through capacitive signal coupling so that a co-integrated digital circuit (strong, clocked signals) would interfere with the weak sensor signal. An effective temperature compensation can be achieved using the full-bridge conﬁguration, as shown in Fig. 5b. 3). Here, both branches of the Wheatstone bridge contain a piezoresistive element (R1 and R4 ), as represented by the solid arrows in Fig.
B) A full-bridge conﬁguration with two or four active transducers (solid or solid and dotted arrows) One advantage of the full-bridge conﬁguration is its double sensitivity in comparison to the half bridge, but the differential output voltage is even more important for integrated instrumentation circuits, since any effect of the supply voltages is eliminated, and the differential output is, therefore, much less sensitive to interferences. In contrast to discrete electronics, IC-based instrumentation and sensor readout electronics often feature a fully differential signal path for weak analog signals to overcome the problems of interference with clocked circuit blocks, of power supply sensitivity, and those of limited signal swing in low-power, low-voltage applications.
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