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  • Semiconductor Optical Amplifier in Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexed Systems
    at shorter wavelengths compared to. longer ones. Saturation power also depends with wavelength with shorter wavelengths having lower. saturation power. An approximate gradient of 1 dB/20 nm is observed in Covega SOA’s for the. output saturation power. This can result in wavelength dependent behavior
  • Temperature Measurement Circuits for Embedded Applications
    . • Precision is the ability to measure a small. temperature gradient and determines the. INTRODUCTION. interchangeability of the sensor. This application note shows how to select a tempera-. • Remote sensors are located at a distance from. ture sensor and conditioning circuit to maximize
  • No contact means no headaches in position transducing
    , producing greater accuracy. Because the noncontacting potentiometer's 2 by 6-mm pickup probe covers a larger area than contacting wiper points, the relative gradient, or slope variation, of the probe's output is relatively flatter. Less variation means reduced noise, and a more accurate signal
  • Medical Device Link . Technology news
    characteristic curve shows a decreasing gradient inversely proportional to the oxygen concentration. By applying the Stern-Vollmer equation, a linear curve can then be generated. According to general manager Matthias Lau, fluorescence quenching is suitable for measuring oxygen in the 0 to 100% range
  • Stability of Silicon Photodiodes for Laser Emission Measurements (.pdf)
    to the. larger curve gradient. At 1.06um, the temperature coefficient of. responsivity has been measured, for 4000 ohm centimeter N type. material, to be on the order of +0.8*/C while in the visible 0.4 -. 0.75% um is on the order of - 0.1%/C. Figure 4 shows a typical. diffused silicon responsivity
  • The Rate Integrating Gyroscope (RIG), Part 1
    scale factor (T.S.F.) and is given in degrees per second per milliamp. The torquer essentially provides a gradient. to either push (re-position) the gimbal, if there is no angular rate input, or to provide a nulling resistance to gimbal movement. if there is an angular rate input. Thus, in the RIG
  • Reed Relays Capable of Switching Low Micro-Volts Signals (.pdf)
    conduction is given by Equation. 2. Equatio. i n 2. 2 dQ/dt = -kA(dT/dx). Here dT/dx is the temperature gradient, dQ/dt is the time rate of. heat transfer, A is the cross-sectional area, and k is the thermal

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