1 December 1985 Microprocessor Controlled Chemical Detection And Alarm System Based On Ion Mobility Spectrometry
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This paper describes a chemical alarm system based on ion mobility spectrometry. The system consists of an ion mobility cell, a microprocessor, and an operator interface. The unit is designed to sound an alarm on specific chemical vapors. The microprocessor triggers the cell, collects and filters the signal, and implements a decision process based on linear discriminant functions. The paper describes the overall system and looks at the filtering and decision processes in detail.
Joseph E. Roehl, Joseph E. Roehl, } "Microprocessor Controlled Chemical Detection And Alarm System Based On Ion Mobility Spectrometry," Optical Engineering 24(6), 246985 (1 December 1985). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973614 . Submission:
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