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photonic sensor

A device that senses light and releases electricity. See photoelectric.
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Technavio's report, Global Photonic Sensor Market 2016-2020, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
Need for enhanced safety and security solutions, better alternative for conventional technology and rise in wireless sensing technology would act as the major factors responsible for driving the photonic sensor market.
"High resolution and wide dynamic range pressure sensor based on two-dimensional photonic crystals ", Photonic Sensors, 2: 92-96.
The application spaces expected to be the first in which there is widespread commercial adoption are: high-speed digital photonics for data centers; high-speed analog photonic links for analog data remoting applications; and photonic sensors for the developing Internet of Things.
It includes traditional aspects as well as topics like modern integrated circuit and photonic sensors, micro-electromechanical and nano-electromechanical sensors, chemical and radiation sensors, signal conditioning, noise, data interfaces, and basic digital signal processing.
"These results provide the first examples of 'epidermal' photonic sensors," said John A.

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