I want to use a temperature sensor which changes its resistance. For 0 degrees celsius its resistance is 0.5325 ohms and for 40 degrees celsius it is 3.264 ohms.
Obviously putting it in series with another resistance to produce a variable voltage is not logical since the current that would circulate is high. (the variable voltage must be within the range of 0 to 5 volts).
It occurs to me to use a small voltage (reference voltage) for the voltage divider and then variable voltage should be amplified but when working with very small voltages there may be problems with electrical noise.
Can it be done better and economically?