"The LX3302A processes signals generated by inductive sensors which are based upon linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) principles. The LX3302A includes an integrated oscillator/exciter which is designed specifically to drive low inductance PCB-based sensor coils. The LX3302A includes a pair of matched analog channels which process sensor signals as a sine/cosine pair. This results in superior rejection of noise sources both internal and external to the sensor assembly. The LX3302A is ideal for measuring linear, angular/rotation, proximity, and/or displacement in electromechanical systems. In 360-degree rotational applications the device achieves resolution better than 0.5-degree. The internal EEPROM allows the user to configure and calibrate the sensor system via the power pin (VIN) and output pins thereby allowing calibration at the final sensor assembly level without the need for added I/O pins or dedicated test points. The LX3302A's increased EEPROM space provides eight calibration points which can improve sensor measurement accuracy by one full bit. In addition to the standard features of the LX3301A, the LX3302A includes the following advancements:"