Sensor

sensor

What’s a sensor?

A sensor is a tool that detects and responds to some sort of enter from the bodily setting. An digital sensor is an digital system used to measure a bodily amount resembling temperature, stress or loudness and convert it into an digital sign.

Sorts of sensors

Proximity Sensor: mostly used to sense when a cellphone is held as much as the customers ear to show off the show.

Digital compass: digital compass that is often based mostly on a sensor known as the magnetometer and gives cell phones with a easy orientation in relation to the Earth’s magnetic discipline.

Barometer: helps the GPS chip contained in the system to get a quicker lock by immediately delivering altitude knowledge.

Biometrics: present ranges of enhanced safety by capturing and validating human associated metrics. Together with Finger Print recognition, IRIS (eye) scanning and full facial recognition.

Accelerometer: Accelerometers in cell phones are used to detect the orientation of the cellphone.

Gyroscope:  provides a further dimension to the data provided by the accelerometer by monitoring rotation or twist.

 

 

A

A-GPS (Assisted GPS)  •  A2DP (Superior Audio Distribution Profile)  •  AAC (Superior Audio Coding) Accelerometer  •  Airplane Mode  •  Alarm Clock  •  AMOLED (Lively-matrix natural light-emitting diode)  •  Analog Know-how  •  Android Working System  •  ANT+  •  Antenna  •  Aperture  •  APN (Entry Level Title)  •  Apple iOS  •  Apple Pay  •  aptX  •  Autofocus  •  AVRCP (Audio/Video Distant Management Profile)

 

B

Band  •  Bandwidth  •  Base Station  •  Bench marking  •  Biometrics  •  Bit  •  Blackberry OS  •  Bluetooth  •  BPS (Bits Per Seconds)  •  Broadband  •  Byte

 

C

Calculator  •  Calendar  •  Digicam  •  Name Alert  •  Capacitive Touchscreen  •  CDMA (Code-Division A number of Entry)  •  Mobile Community  •  Chipset  •  cHTML (Compact HyperText Markup Language)  •  Shade  •  CPU (Central Processing Unit)

 

D

Dimension  •  Dynamic Reminiscence  •  D-Pad (Route Pad)  •  Digital Zooming  •  DLNA (Digital Residing Community Alliance)  •  Downlink  •  Twin-Band  •  Twin Mode  •  Twin SIM

 

E

Earphone Jack  •  EDGE (Enhanced Knowledge for World Evolution)  •  EDR (Enhanced Knowledge Price)  •  EGPRS (Enhanced Normal Packet Radio Providers)  •  EGSM (Prolonged GSM)  •  Emoji  •  EMS (Enhanced Message Service)  •  eSIM  •  EV-DO  •  Exterior Show

 

F

Firefox OS  •  Firmware  •  Flash Reminiscence  •  Flight Mode  •  FM Radio  •  FM Transmitter  •  FPS (Frames Per Seconds)  •  Frequency  •  Entrance Digicam  •  FTP (File Switch Protocol)

 

G

Galileo (World Navigation Satellite tv for pc System)  •  GB (Gigabyte)  •  GBPS (Gigabits Per Second)  •  Geo-tagging  •  GLONASS (World Navigation Satellite tv for pc System)  •  GPRS (Normal Packet Radio Service)  • GPS (World Positioning System)  •  GPU (Graphics Processing Unit)

 

H

H.263  •  H.264  •  H.265  •  Scorching Spot  •  HSDPA (Excessive-Velocity Downlink Packet Entry)  •  HSUPA (Excessive-Velocity Uplink Packet Entry)  •  HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)  •  Hz (Hertz)

 

I

ISP (Picture Sign Processor)  •  IMEI (Worldwide Cellular Gear Id)  •  IP Score

 

J

Java

 

Ok

KB (Kilobyte)  •  Kbps (Kilobits per second)  •  Key Guard  •  Key Lock Swap

 

L

Land Line  •  LCD (Liquid Crystal Show)  •  LED (Mild-Emitting Diode)  •  Li-Ion (Lithium Ion)  •  Li-Polymer (Lithium Polymer)  •  Linux OS  •  Lock Code  •  LTE (Lengthy Time period Evolution)  •  Loudspeaker

 

M

Maemo OS  •  mAh  •  Mass Storage  •  Materials  •  MB (Megabyte)  •  Mbps (Megabit per second)  •  MeeGo OS  •  Megapixel  •  Megahertz  •  Reminiscence Card Slot  •  microUSB  •  MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) •  Cellular Video games  •  MHL (Cellular Excessive-Definition Hyperlink)  •  MIM (Cellular On the spot Messaging)  •  Cellular Software  •  Cellular Browser  •  Cellular messaging  •  Modem  •  MP3 (MPEG Layer 3)  •  MPEG (Movement Image Consultants Group)  •  MPEG-Four video  •  Multitouch  •  Music playback time (battery life)  •  Music Participant

 

N

NAND Reminiscence  •  Community Capability  •  Community Generations  •  NFC (Close to Area Connection)  •  NiCd (Nickel Cadmium)  •  NOR Reminiscence  •  Numeric Keypad

 

O

OLED (Natural Mild-Emitting Diode)  •  Working System  •  Optical Zoom  •  OTA (Over-The-Air)  •  OTG (On-The-Go)

P

PC Sync  •  Phonebook Entry  •  Cellphone Life Cycle  •  Phonebook  •  PIN code (Private Identification Quantity)  •  Pixel  •  Pixel Density  •  Worth  •  Port  •  PTT (Push-To-Speak)  •  PUK (Private Unlocking Key)

 

Q

Quad-band  •  QVGA (Quarter Video Graphics Array)  •  QWERTY keyboard

 

R

RAM (Random Entry Reminiscence)  •  Ringer ID  •  Ringtone  •  Roaming  •  ROM (Learn-Solely Reminiscence)  •  RSS (Wealthy Website Abstract)

 

S

Display screen Safety  •  Display screen Decision  •  Display screen Measurement  •  Display screen Sort  •  Display screen-To-Physique Ratio  •  Secondary Digicam  •  Sensor  •  Facet keys  •  SIM Card  •  SIM Lock  •  Single-Band  •  Good Watch  •  Smartphone  •  SMS (Quick Messaging Service)  •  delicate keys  •  Gentle Reset  •  Particular Dial  •  Stand-by time (battery life)  •  Stereo Audio system  •  Streaming  •  Stylus  •  SVGA (Tremendous Video Graphics Array)

 

T

Speak Time (battery life)  •  TCP/IP  •  Tethering  •  Textual content Messaging  •  TFD (Skinny Movie Diode)  •  TFT (Skinny Movie Transistor)  •  To-Do listing  •  Touchscreen  •  Tri-Band .

 

U

UI (Person Interface)  •  UMTS (Common Cellular Telecommunications System)  •  Add  •  USB

 

V

VGA (Video Graphics Array)  •  Video name  •  Video Codec  •  Video Decision  •  Voice Dialing  •  Voice Mail  •  VPN (Digital Non-public Community)

 

W

WAP (Wi-fi Software Protocol)  •  WatchOS  •  WCDMA (Wideband Code Division A number of Entry)  •  WearOS  •  Wearables  •  Weight  •  Wi-Fi  •  WLAN (Wi-fi Land Space Community)

 

X

Xender  •  Xenon flash