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IEEE 2700

Sensor Performance Parameter Definitions

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 12 June 2014
Status: inactive
Page Count: 69
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This standard provides a common framework for sensor performance specification terminology, units, conditions, and limits. The specific sensors discussed in this standard are the accelerometer, magnetometer, gyrometer/gyroscope, barometer/pressure sensors, hygrometer/humidity sensors, temperature sensors, ambient light sensors (ALSs), and proximity sensors.

Purpose

This standard presents a standard methodology for defining sensor performance parameters in order to ease system integration burden and accelerate time to market (TTM). This standard fulfills the need for a common methodology for specifying sensor performance that will ease the non-scalable integration challenges. This standard defines a minimum set of performance parameters, with required units, conditions, and distributions for each sensor. Note that these performance parameters shall be included with all other industry-accepted performance parameters.

Document History

June 15, 2017
Sensor Performance Parameter Definitions
This standard provides a common framework for sensor performance specification terminology, units, conditions, and limits. This standard is intended for sensor technologies with digital I/O...
IEEE 2700
June 12, 2014
Sensor Performance Parameter Definitions
This standard provides a common framework for sensor performance specification terminology, units, conditions, and limits. The specific sensors discussed in this standard are the accelerometer,...

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