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IEEJ Transactions on Sensors and Micromachines Vol. 136(2016) No. 2

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P24-30

Ryota Furuno, Yoshiyuki Takatuji, Kimihiko Kubo, Tetsuya Haruyama

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P31-35

Satoshi Tsuji, Teruhiko Kohama

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P36-40

Letter

P41-42

 

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PNL2_1

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PNL2_2

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