Title: Precision measurement of the application-dependent current consumption of a wireless transceiver chip in the time and frequency domain
Authors: Doebbert, Thomas Robert 
Cammin, Christoph 
Scholl, Gerd 
Language: eng
Keywords: dtec.bw
Issue Date: 13-Jun-2022
Publisher: Copernicus Publishing
Document Type: Article
Source: Doebbert, T. R., Cammin, C., and Scholl, G.: Precision measurement of the application-dependent current consumption of a wireless transceiver chip in the time and frequency domain, J. Sens. Sens. Syst., 11, 149–159, https://doi.org/10.5194/jsss-11-149-2022, 2022.
Project: Neue Lösung in Elektronik und Kommunikation: Digitale Sensor-2-Cloud Campus Plattform 
IO-Link Wireless for IEC-Approval 
Journal / Series / Working Paper (HSU): Journal of sensors and sensor systems
Issue: 11
Page Start: 149
Page End: 159
Abstract: 
Modern production concepts generate a demand for reliable, energy-efficient, fast, and secure wireless communication solutions. Therefore, the current consumption should not increase substantially due to additional cryptographic operations. This paper shows a principle current measurement method that is exemplary of a transceiver for the IO-Link Wireless protocol. Low-pass filtering and single-sided amplitude spectrum analysis are used to evaluate the main information of the current measurement. An uncertainty estimation is realized using statistical measurement data and considering the measurement setup in order to approximate the combined standard uncertainty. The results show that the current consumption only increases slightly when using additional cryptographic operations. This can be measured with acceptable uncertainty.
Organization Units (connected with the publication): Elektrische Messtechnik 
DTEC.bw 
ISSN: 21948771
Publisher DOI: 10.5194/jsss-11-149-2022
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