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    RF Power Meters - (28 companies)
    RF power meters measure the strength of an RF signal in dBm or watts and may also be called an RF Wattmeter. Typically RF power meters are used to measure the output of a transmitter. An RF Power meter makes measurements of RF power from... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Amplifiers - (562 companies)
    RF amplifiers are devices that accept a varying input signal and produce an output signal that varies in the same way, but with larger amplitude. Basic Information. RF amplifiers are electronic devices that accept a varying input signal and produce... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Noise Meters - (19 companies)
    ...to digital (ADC) converters can also add ADC noise to RF signals. To the human ear, the sounds that RF noise meters measure can sound like hiss or static. However, because RF noise can disrupt communications, the effects of meter noise must be factored... Learn More
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    RF Transmitters - (261 companies)
    RF transmitters are electronic devices consisting of an oscillator, modulator, and other circuits that produce an RF signal. RF Transmitters Information. RF transmitters are electronic devices that create continuously varying electric current... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Upconverters and RF Downconverters - (134 companies)
    RF Upconverters and RF Downconverters Information. RF upconverters and RF downconverters are integrated assemblies that convert microwave signals to another frequency range for further processing. Generally, they are designed to produce an output... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Transceivers - (271 companies)
    RF transceivers are electronic devices that receive and demodulate an RF signal, then modulate and transmit a new signal. RF Transceivers Information. RF transceivers are electronic devices that receive and demodulate radio frequency (RF) signals... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Diodes - (46 companies)
    Description. RF diodes are designed to handle high-power radio frequency (RF) signals in stereo amplifiers, radio transmitters, television monitors, and other RF or microwave devices. Types. PN junction diodes or general purpose diodes are designed... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Terminations - (127 companies)
    RF Terminations Information. RF terminations are used to absorb energy and prevent RF signals from reflecting back from open-ended or unused ports. They may include light emitting diode (LED) indicators for conditions such as "power " or "busy... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RF Inductors - (70 companies)
    ...be subtracted for devices designed for frequencies high enough to experience skin effect. where: L = inductance (in henries). N = number of turns. r = coil radius (in meters). l = length of wire (provided it is greater than 80% of the radius). Optimum... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Flow Meters - (1666 companies)
    Flow meters (flowmeters) and flow sensors are devices used for measuring the flow rate or quantity of a moving fluid or gas. How to Select Flow Meters. Image Credit: Aalborg Instruments, Clark Solutions. Flow meters are devices for measuring... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Coupled with its matched receiver, this transmitter has a nominal range of 200 meters in free air � Moreover, this RF module has a built-in amplifier with a gain of 100 which can be � � a few microvolts range sufficiently without having the amplifier saturated with the inputs in the milivolt range.
  • Abstracts of Technical Papers
    This paper discusses system criteria for multiplexing a group of balanced milivolt data sources, with particular emphasis � They are based on the use of a high- frequency Q meter , cavity resonator, very-high frequency � This automatic impedance plotter obtains its rf information from a hybrid-like network, which compares an unknown �
  • Machinery Electronics and Control Engineering II
    � position vector of the ith satellite, bp is the GPS clock bias in meters . v(i ) represents � � enhance the reliability of the system, therefore, cell plus internal integrated MCU and RF special sensor are � The signal produced by the sensor is just tens to hundreds milivolt , it is not enough high �
  • H. W. Laboratory manual: 100 Area section
    Safe. rF Beckman _H Meter , Model G � use the STANDARDIZATION control to bring the meter needle to zero on the milivolt scaleo Insert connections �
  • NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DEVELOPMENTS IN IRRADIATION TESTING TECHNOLOGY, SEPTEMBER 9--11, 1969, NASA LEWIS RESEARCH CENTER, SANDUSKY, OHIO.
    � e.m.f. values were read using a Leeds and Northrup Model T89563 Milivolt Box with �0 � � see an underground enclosure for the explosive nuclear device centered at the "working point" 185 meters underground. : .�,. rf �>-�r:^ .
  • Advances in Materials and Systems Technologies III
    Sample results showing the performance of the milivolt generator are shown in Figure 8. � injection substation, the current (A) and voltage (kV) data read from the 11kV meter panel on hourly � In this architecture, the incoming RF signal is frequency translated to a lower frequency known as intermediate �
  • Scattering of 0. 8 GeV protons from lead-208, carbon-12, and carbon-13. [Angular distributions, J,. pi. ]
    For r = 3.5 meters � reaction of interest by a digital voltmeter (DVM), which reads to 0.01 milivolt the voltage across � Note, ifone wants to usea chopped RF beam fortiming, the TOFfrom target .
  • Determination of pK a values of clinically important perfluorochemicals in nonaqueous media
    An Orion Model 720-A digital pH- meter with a modified combined glass electrode (Ingold, 9102 SC � � 10), one nonsaturated perfluoroalca- noic acid (CnF2n�COOH, n = 6), one perfluorocarnos- ine derivative ( RF -Carnosine), and one � � and (�) 268 mV, which corresponds to the acidic region of the long milivolt range of the �
  • Tools and Algorithms for the Construction and Analysis of Systems
    At thirty meters above the surface the altimeter is no longer reliable, so the spacecraft transitions to � � m Flog and controlled variable c PDLTrip. m Flog is a type t Milivolt in line 1 � Clearly, for any subset F ? M(?, ), there exists a largest subsystem RF that contains no �
  • Abstracts
    � sensing (4.7 *- 1.05 milivolt) and the atrial lead of DDD (4.9 +-1,2 milivolt .). Ihus, at hiqhfr HR. any nyrle rf ?mained within the actual RH popiila- titin more frequenlly than � � 11.0 obms compared to 69.8 + 17.5 ohms ireasured with a local meter P=NS.