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  • How to read a spectrum analyzer?
    The Basics Of Spectrum Analyzer
  • PAT Session: Optimizing the Analyzer
    By Bill Swichtenberg, Senior Editor Without process analyzers, there would be no process analytical technology (PAT). It is taken for granted that these instruments perform analysis and report to a process control computer on a 24 hour/365 day basis. This occurs at a cost per measurement from
  • Specific Ethylene Oxide Analyzer
    HNU Systems, Inc. introduced its first ETO Analyzer (Model 301D), in 1984 for area monitoring of toxic gases including ethylene oxide in hospitals and at medical device manufacturers where smaller area monitoring systems were needed. More than 300 of these systems were sold. As a result
  • Polarization Measurement Analyzer Alignment and Contrast
    Measuring performance of a polarizer requires care and. attention to detail if precision is desired, particularly when. measuring high-contrast polarizers. This paper discusses. the impact of polarizer-analyzer alignment and contrast of. the analyzer on measurement error when measuring. polarizer
  • A Guide to Calibrating Your Spectrum Analyzer (.pdf)
    A high level of confidence in spectrum analyzer performance has become especially important as more signals are crowded into the same space, making even small deviations capable of causing problems. This application note is intended both to help application engineers who work with spectrum
  • Top 5 Characteristics of an Analyzer for a Flare Stack Application
    Fully Heated Assembly - Keeping all sample wetted parts of the sampling system and analyzer at a high temperature will ensure that all combustible vapors are properly measured, eliminating inaccurate readings. An aspirator driven system is simple and effective, no pump or moving parts helps
  • Vector Network Analyzer Primer Application Note
    This application note provides a summary description of the operation and capabilities of a Vector Network. Analyzer (VNA), including general considerations of front panel operation and measurement methods. Included in this paper are discussions on the following topics: * System description
  • The Essential Requirements for a Reliable Solvent Vapor Analyzer
    Halloween is a time for ghosts, goblins & ghoul... but a really frightening thought would be having an unreliable monitoring system! Here are the essential requirements for a reliable solvent vapor analyzer that will meet NFPA 86 requirements (found in section 11.6.10): Active Sampling System

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