March 24, 2021
MEMS Blog Figure 1 Reverse engineered gyroscope, with suspension spring displayed in the call-out circle

Improving Your Understanding of Advanced Inertial MEMS Design

Micro-Electrical-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) based inertial sensors are used measure acceleration and rotation rate. These sensors are integrated into units to measure motion, direction, acceleration or position, and can be found […]
April 15, 2020
Co-simulation of the package and transducer

Cutting-Edge MEMS Process, Device and Simulation Technologies: IEEE MEMS 2020 Conference Review

The IEEE MEMS conference was held in Vancouver during January 2020. We attended the conference to meet with our customers and to see what new developments are being made in […]
February 20, 2018
A Section of a MEMS Microphone Model

How To Build A Better MEMS Microphone

Here at Coventor, we are seeing a lot of interest in simulating noise, particularly for condenser microphones. With any transducer noise reduction is always a plus, and with microphones there […]
February 2, 2018
Conference dinner view of the life-size outlines of the Titanic and Olympic main deck’s, illuminated by blue light

Comparing MEMS and the RMS Titanic: Some Thoughts from the IEEE MEMS 2018 Conference

How are MEMS and Large Ships Alike? MEMS 2018 was held in Belfast, Northern Ireland this year, on the site where the RMS Titanic was built. On exhibit was the […]
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