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    Curve Tracers - (16 companies)
    Curve tracers vary a parameter and measure another to analyze the characteristic curves of discrete semiconductor devices such as diodes, transistors, and thyristors. There are three types of products: current-voltage (IV), capacitance-voltage (CV... Learn More
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    Active Low Pass Filters - (23 companies)
    Gaussian, and Legendre. Bessel filters are active low pass filters with a passband that maximizes the group delay at zero frequency, thus showing a constant group delay in the passband. Butterworth filters are designed so that the frequency response... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Active Band Pass Filters - (22 companies) band pass filters. Choices include Bessel, Butterworth, Chebyshev, elliptic, Gaussian, and Legendre. Bessel filters are active band pass filters with a passband that maximizes the group delay at zero frequency, thus showing a constant group delay... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Laser Beam Analyzers - (40 companies)
    ...a laser beam is to a perfect Gaussian measurement and how well the laser beam can be focused at its target. A laser beam analyzer can capture small differences in laser beam delivery due to varying tolerance ranges in lenses, mirrors, and other... Learn More
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    Thermistors - (254 companies)
    Thermistors are thermally-sensitive devices whose electrical resistance varies with temperature. Unlike RTDs and thermocouples, thermistors do not have standards associated with their resistance vs. temperature characteristics or curves... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Beam Expanders - (27 companies)
    Beam expanders are optical lens assemblies that are used to increase the diameter of a laser beam or other light beam. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Smart Card Chips - (27 companies) three times for added security. Smart card chips that use advanced encryption standard (AES) and elliptic curve cryptography are also available. Some devices include anti-intrusion security or a unique chip identification number. Others provide... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Active Filters - (47 companies)
    Active filters are electronic filters that use active components such as voltage amplifiers or operational amplifiers. The amplifier shapes and stabilizes the behavior of the filter, and serves as a buffer interface to the driven component. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Vertical Conveyors - (298 companies)
    Vertical conveyors are used to lift or lower loads between various levels in intermittent flow operations and where horizontal space is limited. There are two types of vertical conveyors, reciprocating and continuous. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • EMI Filters and RFI Filters - (350 companies)
    Electromagnetic (EMI) filters and radio frequency interference (RFI) filters purify signals of unwanted noise by attenuating the high-frequency RFI (typically 150kHz and up) and passing the low frequency EMI. Search by Specification | Learn More
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...but no shift. in the wavelength corresponding to this peak intensity was measured, i.e., no color. change occurred. 600. 600. αP = 30°. β = 0°. αP = 30°. Solid lines are Gaussian curve fits. β = 180°. Aligned/no shear. Linear curve fits. 580. 580. τ/τr = 1. 560. 560. 2. (nm). (nm). λ D540. λ D. 4. 540...

The description of the Gaussian pulse given by (1) is intuitive in the sense that it is fairly straightforward to conceptualize a pulse in the time domain. However, when dealing with pulses traveling through dispersive media, it can be problematic to work in the time domain. For example, in order...

...that is produced by a diode-pumped UV solid-state laser. A beam with a Gaussian cross section has an intensity peak in the center of the beam. The intensity falls off smoothly toward the edges, creating a bell-shaped, or Gaussian, curve. Such beams are often preferred in direct-write applications because...

...of the profile for the. aggregated PZN/IRG complex and that for Gaussian chains of PMMA. The. molecular weight of the PMMA determined by SANS, 2100 g mol1, was in. agreement with that estimated from gel-permeation chromatography, indicating. that the anionic living chain ends and their counter ions... are particularly difficult to monitor using SPC charts, partly because they exhibit erratic behavior and noisiness. While measurement data such as critical dimensions and depths follow a Gaussian, or normal, distribution (the well-known bell-shaped curve), defect data have an asymmetrical... generate spot. size information, each with their own strengths. – The growth curve shows the total percentage of. the output captured as you move out radially. from the center. – Tube Centered vs. Spot Centered Growth. Curves. • Gaussian Spot Growth Curve. Creating Growth Curves. 11. Gaussian Spot...

Since this approach does not directly measure period jitter in the time domain, we cannot make definitive. statements about the peak-to-peak values of the period jitter. However, if other evidence suggests that the edge. jitter or period jitter distribution is Gaussian, we can apply the usual...

He markets some software incorporating the model. The problem perhaps for most users is the lack of good data. The wear-out probability distribution function is usually modelled on the Gaussian or on Weibull with a large beta. But like any model, it needs plenty of data to fit! The difficult...

= change in normalized transmittance between peak. pv. small.4. and valley. 3. The beam profile, in both time and space, follows a. (3). = third order susceptibility. Gaussian distribution.4. I. = Irradiance (power per unit area). 4. The nonlinear response is restricted to third order (i.e. (3). I...

...of the three variables (ID, OD, and yield stress) are three-sigma statistical limits. Using a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, 10,000 tubes were modeled. For each tube, the computer randomly chose an ID, OD, and yield stress, with the variables following a standard Gaussian distribution. Based on each...

Engineering Web Search: Gaussian Curve

Normal distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Gaussian distribution is sometimes informally called the bell curve.

Hubbert curve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is a symmetric logistic distribution curve,[1 often confused with the "normal" gaussian function.

Use of X Ray Diffraction with the Gaussian Curve Method to...
Use of X-Ray Diffraction with the Gaussian Curve Method to Evaluate the Hardening in Quenched Steels Kurita, M Associate ProfessorMember of ASTM,
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A Statistical Analysis of X ray Stress Measurement by the...
A Statistical Analysis of X-ray Stress Measurement by the Gaussian Curve-Fitting Method Kurita, M Assistant professor, Technological University of
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Advanced Curve Fitting VIs - NI LabVIEW 8.6 Help
Advanced Curve Fitting VIs »Table of Contents Use the Advanced Curve Fitting VIs to compute additional fit statistics and coefficients.

Overview of Curve Fitting Models and Methods in LabVIEW -...
Gaussian Peak Fit VI Logarithm Fit VI These VIs create different types of curve fitting models for the data set.

SETI@home: Curve-Fitting Graphs
the power should increase and then decrease with a bell shaped curve (a gaussian curve). SETI@home clients search for this characteristic shape.

SETI@home: Gaussians
"Fit" is a measure of how well a rising and falling signal fits an ideal Gaussian (bell curve) profile.

Radiometry vs. photometry FAQ

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