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Supplier: MicroSense, LLC
Description: coercivity and low coercivity materials. Comparison to traditional vector magnetometers The Model 10 VSM has solved the biggest problem in traditional vector magnetometers: the difficult calibration process and the angular dependence of the sensitivity. In a traditional VSM, when the orientation
- Technology: Magnetoresistive, Other
- Form Factor: Desktop / Module
- Measurement Features: Direction Measurement, Magnitude Measurement
- Sensing Accuracy: 1 ±% Full Scale
Standards and Technical Documents - International comparison of measurements of the magnetic moment using vibrating sample magnetometers (VSM) and superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) magnetometers -- IEC TR 62797:2013
Description: IEC/TR 62797:2013(E) provides the results of an international comparison of measurements of the magnetic moment, using vibrating sample magnetometers (VSM) and superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) magnetometers. The basic object of this comparison is to verify the degreeShow More
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: the measuring equipment into the small-sized ground. Baek (2002, 2004) proposed a method for measuring the radial displacement in a specimen with vertical drain by measuring the intensity of the magnetic field induced by a very small magnet buried in the specimen by magnetometers set outside the specimenShow More
Supplier: Inertial Labs Inc.
Description: consumption, size, and price in comparison to the OS3D.OEM. With the future design of OS3D-GS being the size of a standard postage stamp, it will be possible to embed the sensor into almost anything that would desire orientation tracking. Key Features and Functionality Real-time, zero latency 3DOF
- Angular Rate Range: 200 rpm
- Linear Acceleration Range: 2 to 6 +/-g
- Electrical Output: Serial / Digital
- Features: Data Recorder
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Comparison of a New Marine Magnetometer System to High-Resolution Aeromagnetic Data - A Case Study From Offshore Oman
Airborne vs. Marine Magnetometer Comparison - Anderson, Longacre, and Quist .
Multi‐fluid simulations of Ganymede's magnetosphere
While the orientation of the Jovian magnetic field in the simulation was not consistent with that in the observation, due to choosing the G28 flyby orientation for the quantitative magnetometer comparison , the simulation produces key characteristics in agreement with those observed with …
Such points were not considered for a radar- magnetometer comparison because the radar convection estimates (the shape of a potential con- tour) are not reliable in these parts of the ionosphere.
NDBC's digital directional wave module
TABLE II 3DM-GX1 MAGNETOMETER COMPARISON .
Auroral absorption of HF radio waves in the ionosphere: A review of results from the first decade of riometry
Several riometer- magnetometer comparisons havebeen reported -I215], some demonstrating the detailed similarity whch can existbetween the time variations of absorption and magnetic disturbance during agiven event -the correlation seems to be particularly good at night- and others taking a statistical approach …
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A Comparison Magnetometer .
Low Tc SQUID measurement system for magnetic relaxation immunoassays in unshielded environment
For comparison magnetometer output of SQ1 is demonstrated in Fig. 5.
OSA | Characteristics and performance of an intensity-modulated optically pumped magnetometer in comparison to the classical Mx magnetometer
Characteristics and performance of an intensity-modulated optically pumped magnetometer in comparison to the classical Mx magnetometer .
2013 Index IEEE Transactions on Magnetics Vol. 49
Development of a High Sensitivity Giant Magneto-Impedance Magnetometer : Comparison With a Commercial Flux-Gate; TMAG Jan. 2013 85-88 Dugaev, V., see Cascales, J.P., TMAG July 2013 4347-4350 Dughiero, F., see Campana, L.G., TMAG May 2013 2141-2144 …
Highly balanced gradiometer systems based on HTS-SQUIDs for the use in magnetically unshielded environment
Simultaneously recorded spectral magnetic noise contributions of the SQUID magnetometers in comparison to the unbalanced and adap- tively balanced second order gradiometer in harsh magnetically unshielded environment at E U I " building, University of Twente.
Micromechanical detectors for ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy
Magnetometer sensitivity comparisons .
Micromechanical instruments for ferromagnetic measurements
Magnetometer sensitivity comparisons . .
Applied magnetic sensing: a long way
Dolabdjian, A.Qasimi, D.Bloyet, V.Mosser, “Spatial resolution of SQUID magnetometers and comparison with low noise rmm temperature magnetic sensors.”, Physica C, vol.
OSA | All-Optical Manipulation and Control: Towards Coherent Transport of Atomic Ensembles
○ Characteristics and performance of an intensity-modulated optically pumped magnetometer in comparison to the classical Mx magnetometer (OE .