What’s the Difference Between TMR and GMR Sensors? (.PDF Download)

Demand for magnetic sensors continues to grow across a wide range of applications – from automotive electronics to industrial equipment and consumer electronics. For instance, tunnel-magnetoresistance (TMR) sensors can be used in cars’ steering columns to improve the accuracy of automated parking capabilities. As such, these advances move the automotive industry closer to required instantaneous processing and actions for fully autonomous driving.

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