Crossfield Sensitivity in AMR Sensors
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We discuss the origin of the crossfield sensitivity of AMR sensors, the way how this error may influence the performance of an AMR compass and methods for its correction. Finally, we confirm the simple formulas experimentally. Crossfield may cause compass error up to 2.6 deg., depending on the compass orientation. The most effective way to suppress the crossfield error is using magnetic feedback, however this is not always possible. We suggest a method of processing of the SET/RESET sensor outputs which is more efficient than the usual averaging.
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