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How we can decrease response time of an IC temperature sensor?

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Hello to every one
as you know IC temperature sensors are widely use in measuring temperature in the range of -40C to about 150C. they have large and linear output VS temperature. also they are low cost and precision. But response time is a problem in such sensors. how we can decrease their response time?

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I think that if we use large pads for IC temperature sensor in PCB, it can be a good way to transfer heat into IC.
 

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