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MEMS gyroscope is a kind of inertial sensor for measuring angular velocity or angular displacement. It has a wide application prospect in oil logging, weapon guidance, aerospace, mining, surveying and mapping, industrial robot and consumer electronics. Due to the different accuracy requirements in various fields, MEMS gyroscopes are divided into three levels in the market: navigation level, tactical level and consumer level.

This paper will introduce the navigation MEMS gyroscope in detail and compare their parameters. The following will be elaborated from the technical indicators of MEMS gyro, the drift analysis of gyro and the comparison of three navigation-grade MEMS gyro.


Technical specifications of MEMS gyroscope


The ideal MEMS gyroscope is that the output of its sensitive axis is proportional to the input angular parameters (Angle, angular rate) of the corresponding axis of the carrier under any conditions, and is not sensitive to the angular parameters of its cross axis, nor is it sensitive to any axial non-angular parameters (such as vibration acceleration and linear acceleration). The main technical indicators of MEMS gyroscope are shown in Table 1.

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Table 1 Main technical indexes of MEMS gyroscope



Drift analysis of gyroscope


If there is interference torque in the gyroscope, the rotor shaft will deviate from the original stable reference azimuth and form an error. The deviation Angle of rotor axis relative to inertial space azimuth (or reference azimuth) in unit time is called gyro drift rate. The main index to measure the accuracy of gyroscope is the drift rate.

Gyroscopic drift is divided into two categories: one is systematic, the law is known, it causes regular drift, so it can be compensated by computer; The other kind is caused by random factors, which causes random drift. The systematic drift rate is expressed by the angular displacement per unit time, and the random drift rate is expressed by the root mean square value of the angular displacement per unit time or the standard deviation. The approximate range of random drift rates of various types of gyroscopes can be reached at present is shown in Table 2.

Gyroscope type Random drift rate/(°)·h-1
Ball bearing gyroscope 10-1
Rotary bearing gyroscope 1-0.1
Liquid float gyroscope 0.01-0.001
Air float gyroscope 0.01-0.001
Dynamically tuned gyroscope 0.01-0.001
Electrostatic gyroscope 0.01-0.0001
Hemispherical resonant gyroscope 0.1-0.01
Ring laser gyroscope 0.01-0.001
Fiber optic gyroscope 1-0.1
Table 2 Random drift rates of various types of gyroscopes



The approximate range of random drift rate of gyro required by various applications is shown in Table 3. The typical index of positioning accuracy of inertial navigation system is 1n mile/h(1n mile=1852m), which requires the gyroscope random drift rate should reach 0.01(°)/h, so the gyroscope with random drift rate of 0.01(°)/h is usually called inertial navigation gyroscope.

Application Requirements for random drift rate of gyro/(°)·h-1
Rate gyroscope in flight control system 150-10
Vertical gyroscope in flight control system 30-10
Directional gyroscope in the flight control system 10-1
Tactical missile inertial guidance system 1-0.1
Marine gyro compass, strapdown heading attitude system artillery lateral position, ground vehicle inertial navigation system 0.1-0.01
Inertial navigation systems for aircraft and ships 0.01-0.001
Strategic missile, cruise missile inertial guidance system 0.01-0.0005
Table 3 Requirements for random drift rate of gyro in various applications



Comparison of three navigation-grade MEMS gyroscopes


Ericco's MG2 series is a navigation-grade MEMS gyroscope with a high level of accuracy to meet the needs of various fields. The following table compares range, bias instability, angular random walk, bias stability, scale factor, bandwidth, and noise.

ER-MG2-50/100 ER-MG2-200 ER-MG2-300/400
Measuring range(deg/s) 50-100 200 300-400
Bias instability(deg/hr) 0.01-0.02 0.02 0.03-0.05
Angular Random Walk(°/√h) 0.0025-0.005 0.005 0.01-0.025
Bias stability(1σ 10s)(deg/hr) 0.05-0.1 0.1 0.15-0.5
Bias stability(1σ 1s)(deg/hr) 0.15-0.3 0.3 0.5-1.5
Scale factor(lsb/deg/s) 160000-80000 40000 28000-20000
Bandwidth(-3dB)(Hz) 12 50 50-100
Noise peak to peak(deg/s) ±0.002~±0.003 0.04 ±0.01~±0.05
Table 4 Parameter comparison table of three navigation-grade MEMS gyroscopes



As can be seen from Table 4, the biggest difference between the three gyroscopes lies in their different ranges. Compared with ER-MG2-100, the accuracy level remains unchanged, but the range is expanded to 200deg/s, which makes the measurement range larger, can meet higher requirements, and is more applicable. The first two are MEMS North finding gyroscopes, while the ER-MG2-300/400 is a MEMS navigation gyroscope for air and sea navigation.



I hope that through this article, you can understand the technical indicators of navigation-grade MEMS gyroscope and the comparative relationship between them. If you are interested in more knowledge about MEMS gyro, please discuss with us.

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