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Calibration of Qm-moura Three-axis Magnetometer and Gradiometer : Volume 4, Issue 2 (04/08/2014)

By Díaz-michelena, M.

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Title: Calibration of Qm-moura Three-axis Magnetometer and Gradiometer : Volume 4, Issue 2 (04/08/2014)  
Author: Díaz-michelena, M.
Volume: Vol. 4, Issue 2
Language: English
Subject: Science, Geoscientific, Instrumentation
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Copernicus GmbH
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2014
Publisher: Copernicus Gmbh, Göttingen, Germany
Member Page: Copernicus Publications

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Cerdán, M. F., Sanz, R., & Díaz-Michelena, M. (2014). Calibration of Qm-moura Three-axis Magnetometer and Gradiometer : Volume 4, Issue 2 (04/08/2014). Retrieved from http://nationalpubliclibrary.info/


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Description: Payolads and Space Sciences Department, National Institute of Aerospace Technology (INTA), Ctra. De Ajalvir km 4, 28850 Torrejón de Ardoz, Spain. The MOURA instrument is a three axes magnetometer and gradiometer equipped with an inclinometer designed and developed for Mars MetNet Precursor mission.

The qualification model (MOURA QM) is devoted to magnetic surveys on Earth with the aim to achieve some experience prior to the arrival to Mars.

In this work it is presented a practical first approach for the calibration of the instrument for these preliminary field campaigns on Earth. Other works will describe the design, up-screening and qualification and full capabilities of the instrument in depth, giving some feedback on the development.


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Calibration of QM-MOURA three-axis magnetometer and gradiometer

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Sanz, R., Cerdán, M. F., Wise, A., McHenry, M. E., and Díaz Michelena, M.: Temperature dependent Magnetization and Remanent Magnetization in Pseudo-binary x(Fe2TiO4) − (1 − x)(Fe3O4)(0.30 < x < 1.00) Titanomagnetites, IEEE T. Magnet., 47, 4128–4131, 2011.; Sanz, R., Fernández, A. B., Dominguez, J. A., Martín, B., and Diaz-Michelena, M.: Gamma Irradiation of Magnetoresistive Sensors for Planetary Exploration, Sensors, 12, 4447–4465, 2012.; Cai, J., Andersen, N. L., and Malureanu, C.: In-Field Practical Calibration of Three-Axis Magnetometers, Proceedings of the 2010 International Technical Meeting of the Institute of Navigation, San Diego, CA, 2010.; DTUsat: available at: http://www.dtusat.dtu.dk, last access: December 2010, 2014.; Fernández, A. B., Sanz, R., Covisa, P., Tordesillas, J. M., and Díaz-Michelena, M.: Testing the three axis magnetometer and gradiometer MOURA and data comparison on San Pablo de los Montes Observatory, vol. 15, EGU General Assembly 2013 Conference, Vienna, 2013.; Sordo-Ibáñez, S., Piñero-García, B., Muñoz-Díaz, M., Ragel-Morales, A., Ceballos-Cáceres, J., Carranza-González, L., Espejo-Meana, S., Arias-Drake, A., Ramos-Martos, J., Mora-Gutiérrez, J. M., and Lagos-Florido, M. A.: A Front-End ASIC for a 16-Bit Three-Axis Magnetometer for Space Applications Based on Anisotropic Magnetoresistors, Design of Circuits and Integrated Systems (DCIS), accepted, 2013.; Freitas, P. P., Ferreira, R., Cardoso, S., and Cardoso, F.: Magnetoresistive sensors, J. Phys.-Condens. Mat., 19, 165221, doi:10.1088/0953-8984/19/16/165221, 2007.; Geomagnetic observatories: available at: www.ign.es and www.intermagnet.org, last access: October 2013, 2014.; Honeywell Magnetic Sensors: Morristown, NJ, USA, available at: http://www.magneticsensors.com/magnetic-sensor-products.phpHoneywell, last access: October 2013, 2014.; Mars MetNet Mission: available at: http://metnet.fmi.fi, last access: October 2013, 2014.; Michelena, M. D.: Small Magnetic Sensors for Space Application, Sensors, 4, 2271–2288, 2009.; Michelena, M. D., Arruego, I., Oter, J. M., and Guerrero, H.: COTS-Based Wireless Magnetic Sensor for Small Satellites, IEEE T. Aerospace Elect. Syst., 46, 542–557, 2010.; Petrucha, V. and Kaspar, P.: `Calibration of a Triaxial Fluxgate Magnetometer and Accelerometer with an Automated Non-magnetic Calibration System, 2009 IEEE Sensors Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, 1510–1513, 2009.; Petrucha, V., Kaspar, P., Ripka, P., and Merayo, J.: Automated System for the Calibration of Magnetometers, J. Appl. Phys., 105, 07E704-1–07E704-3, 2009.; Renaudin, V., Afzal, M. H., and Lachapelle, G.: Complete Triaxis Magnetometer Calibration in the Magnetic Domain, J. Sensors, 2010, 967245, doi:10.1155/2010/967245, 2010.

 

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