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Here, the Hall devices are located in uniform magnetic fields, and the dependences of VH on B with a constant I are evaluated. Although only three sets of data from devices A, B, and C are shown, all data from 3 × 3 devices are evaluated in the same way. 16. However, as described above, it is found that the values of Vo are different among the Hall devices, whereas the values of ∂VH/∂B are similar among them. Therefore, a compensation technique of the characteristic variation is necessary. , B = (VH – Vo)/(∂VH/∂B).
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