Abbreviated Journal Title
Appl. Phys. Lett.
HIGH-TEMPERATURE; PRESSURE SENSOR; SILICOALUMINUM CARBONITRIDE; HARSH; ENVIRONMENT; PIEZORESISTIVITY; FABRICATION; OXIDATION; RESIST; Physics, Applied
This paper presents a passive wireless polymer-derived silicon carbonitride (SiCN) ceramic sensor based on cavity radio frequency resonator together with integrated slot antenna. The effect of the cavity sensor dimensions on the Q-factor and resonant frequency is investigated by numerical simulation. A sensor with optimal dimensions is designed and fabricated. It is demonstrated that the sensor signal can be wirelessly detected at distances up to 20 mm. Given the high-temperature stability of the SiCN, the sensor is very promising for high-temperature wireless sensing applications.
Applied Physics Letters
Li, Yan; Yu, Yuxi; San, Haisheng; Wang, Yansong; and An, Linan, "Wireless passive polymer-derived SiCN ceramic sensor with integrated resonator/antenna" (2013). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 4303.