Radio Frequency Diesel and Gasoline Particulate Filter Sensor

37 CTS RF SENSOR

The CTS RF Sensor (RF-DPF, RF-GPF) is a radio frequency (RF) -based sensor, used to directly measure the state of diesel and gasoline emissions control systems. The technology provides real-time measurements and feedback control based on the actual loading state of particulate filters and catalysts in an on-vehicle sensor, not possible with current sensors in the market. The CTS RF sensor helps enable engine and vehicle manufacturers to meet increasingly strict, real-world emissions regulations, while reducing fuel consumption and decreasing the overall emissions system cost and complexity.

CTS Corporation, Boston Innovation Office, Filter Sensing Technologies, Inc., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Dr. Alexander Sappok, CTS Corporation, Boston Innovation Office Dr. Paul Ragaller, CTS Corporation, Boston Innovation Office Dr. Leslie Bromberg, Massachusetts Institute of Technology