The staff at the Electronics Laboratory develop miniaturised, multichannel measurement electronics and measurement amplifiers for systems rotating at up to 10,000 rpm and for accelerations up to 150G. Miniaturised circuits using chip bonding technology fitted to ceramic substrates are also developed to resolve issues regarding restricted space circumstances.
They develop preamplifiers for the differential low ohmic – and therefore interference-free – transmission of analogue measurement signals across large distances of up to 100 metres.
The components in the measurement chain are modified to accommodate the specific tasks in aeroelastic analysis of aviation structures and in wind tunnels.
The laboratory employees assist scientific staff during elaborate experimental tests.