AHS

Advanced Hall Sensors

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    The UK Quantum Showcase demonstrates why others around the world are seeking to copy the UK’s quantum technology approach. It’s little surprise that the UK government is providing additional funding of £315m over the next 5 years. The 2018 UK National Quantum Technology Showcase took place in the prestigious QEII ... read more
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  • Novel GaAs integrated Hall ICs
    AHS is leading a £350,000 InnovateUK project, in collaboration with industry partners CSC, TWI, and Renishaw. AHS is developing novel GaAs integrated circuits designed for harsh and demanding environments. ... read more
    Source: AHS – NewsMarch 29, 2018
  • AHS awarded IRC 2016 Phase 2 contract
    Advanced Hall Sensors Ltd are pleased to announce the award of an IRC 2016 Phase 2 contract to develop a solution for real-time, high resolution magnetic imaging of clandestine metallic threats, after a successful proof of concept demonstration in 2017. The technology is based on a radically new sensor which ... read more
    Source: AHS – NewsMarch 23, 2018
Project Description

Specialising in the design and manufacture of high performance hall sensors

AHS is a technological leader in the design, development, manufacture, and testing of two Dimensional Electron Gas (2DEG)-based, non-contact Hall-effect Sensors. These devices detect magnetic fields and are used for both movement and position sensing in many applications from industrial motors, to automotive and aerospace sensing.

AHS utilises Molecular Beam Epitaxy techniques to manufacture thin film wafers, which are subsequently processed into Hall Sensor devices. There are three distinct stages to the device production process.

AHS has total control of all material parameters that are critical to the production of high quality devices using its in-house facilities:
- Wafer manufacturing
- Device Design
- Mass production

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