His primary areas of investigation include Electronic engineering, Signal, Computer vision, Artificial intelligence and Demodulation. His Electronic engineering research includes elements of Capacitive sensing, Noise, Open-loop controller, Integrated circuit and Reading. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Signal, focusing on Acoustics and, on occasion, Proximity sensor, Analog television and Pixel.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Input device, Computer graphics, Color gel, Simulation and Liquid-crystal display. His Artificial intelligence research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Amplitude, Three dimensional imaging, Optics and Audio feedback. His work investigates the relationship between Demodulation and topics such as Sense that intersect with problems in Frequency detection, Quadrature and Noise.
His main research concerns Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Signal, Computer hardware and Demodulation. In his study, Schmitt trigger, Detector and Capacitive sensing is inextricably linked to Capacitance, which falls within the broad field of Electrical engineering. In his research, Pixel is intimately related to Acoustics, which falls under the overarching field of Electronic engineering.
Christoph Horst Krah has researched Signal in several fields, including Phase and Sense. His Computer hardware research incorporates themes from Embedded system and Multi-touch, Artificial intelligence. The study incorporates disciplines such as Group delay and phase delay and Noise in addition to Demodulation.
Christoph Horst Krah mainly focuses on Electrical engineering, Pixel, Chip, Power domains and Guard. His work on Voltage and Chipset as part of general Electrical engineering research is frequently linked to Modal, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His study in Pixel is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Capacitance, Multiplexing and Compensation.
His Chip study incorporates themes from Electronic circuit, Data transmission and Parallel processing. Reference noise is a subfield of Signal that Christoph Horst Krah explores. Christoph Horst Krah undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Signal and Interface in his work.
Christoph Horst Krah spends much of his time researching Electrical engineering, Pixel, Sensing system, Signal and Computer hardware. His work on Compensation, Voltage regulator and Chip is typically connected to Palladium-hydrogen electrode and Auxiliary electrode as part of general Electrical engineering study, connecting several disciplines of science. His work deals with themes such as Capacitance, Mutual capacitance, Multiplexer and Node, which intersect with Pixel.
Power domains, Guard and Voltage are fields of study that intersect with his Sensing system study. His Signal research incorporates elements of Input device and Sense. Christoph Horst Krah undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Computer hardware and Line through his works.
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Touch screen liquid crystal display
Steven Porter Hotelling;Wei Chen;Christoph Horst Krah;John Greer Elias.
Multipoint touch surface controller
Steven P. Hotelling;Brian Quentin Huppi;Christoph H. Krah.
Proximity and multi-touch sensor detection and demodulation
Steven Porter Hotelling;Christoph Horst Krah.
Touch controller with improved analog front end
Steven Porter Hotelling;Christoph Horst Krah.
Three-dimensional imaging and display system
Christoph H. Krah.
Multi-touch auto scanning
Christoph Horst Krah;Minh-Dieu Thi Vu;Thomas James Wilson.
Individual channel phase delay scheme
Christoph Horst Krah.
Channel scan logic
Minh-Dieu Thi Vu;Thomas James Wilson;Christoph Horst Krah.
Multiple simultaneous frequency detection
Christoph Horst Krah;Steven Porter Hotelling;Sean Erik O'Connor;Wayne Carl Westerman.
Mouse with improved input mechanisms
Christoph Horst Krah;Jeffrey B. Doar;Sean Corbin;Shin Nishibori.
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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