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Reflectometer distance measurement between parallel conductive plates

Reflectometer distance measurement between parallel conductive plates

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, Available from the National Technical Information Service in Hampton, Va, Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Distance measuring equipment.,
  • Microwave reflectometers.,
  • Optical measurement.,
  • Parallel plates.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChase P. Hearn and Robert T. Neece.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 4694.
    ContributionsNeece, Robert T., Langley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16125596M

    Clinical utility of muscle MR spectroscopy. The electrical sensor may be a voltmeter for measuring the DC or AC or any other waveform voltage, or any potential difference between two points. In one aspect, a control server may be used as part of system implementing a control loop. The main problem associated with the aforementioned four-point probe method is that in each measurement it is required to ensure reliable contact in each measurement point.

    In order to understand why the use of known eddy-current sensor systems utilizing a measurement eddy-current sensor and a proximity sensor cannot be easily and directly applicable to measurement of microscopically-thin film coatings on conductive or non-conductive substrates, let us consider constructions and operations of the aforementioned known systems in more detail. This circuit is typically found in a waveform monitor device, though some better oscilloscopes include this function. Ordinarily, the delayed timebase is set for a faster sweep, sometimes much faster, such as The apparatus consists of an inductive sensor and a proximity sensor, which are rigidly interconnected though a piezo-actuator used for displacements of the inductive sensor with respect to the surface of the object being measured.

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Consequently, there are other adjustments for completing the compensation. Probes also have bandwidth limits and must be chosen and used to properly handle the frequencies of interest.

A very simple control feeds an adjustable amount of the vertical signal or possibly, a related external signal to the sweep oscillator. Alternate mode, however, is better for faster sweeps.

Therefore a Z-Wave network can span much farther than the radio range of a single unit; however with several of these hops a delay may be introduced between the control command and the desired result.

The actuator command signal may be conditioned by a signal conditioning circuit. If the signal source has its own coaxial connector, then a simple coaxial cable is used; otherwise, a specialized cable called a " scope probe ", supplied with the oscilloscope, is used.

If the anode is made more negative, the spot becomes elliptical in the Y-plane as the more positive Y-plates will attract the beam. It helps provide a stable display of a repetitive events in which some triggers would create confusing displays.

High ACRs indicate high-capacity cables. It can be made to have a very sharp pattern. In general, the ZigBee protocols minimize the time the radio is on, so as to reduce power use. The basic principle of CEST imaging is a reduction in bulk water MR signal after off-resonant spins are selectively pre-saturated by radiofrequency RF irradiation and then undergo chemical exchange with bulk water protons [27].

The main idea of the apparatus of US Patent 6, consists in using a resistor and a capacitor in a parallel resonance circuit. Less common are oscilloscopes with more traces; four inputs are common among these, but a few Kikusui, for one offered a display of the sweep trigger signal if desired.

Deflection Coils--Coils placed about the yoke of a magnetic cathode-ray tube to cause the displacement of the electron stream by the magnetic field produced within the tube as the result of current flowing in the coils.

Zbyn, 1B. Keep-Alive--An auxiliary electrode in the T-R tube, to which a negative d-c potential is applied.

Heterodyne Reception--Reception by combining received radio frequency with locally generated oscillations. It is given as the ratio of the energy density in the optimum direction to that from an equal source radiating isotropically. They also indicated phase difference between two sine waves of the same frequency.

Some dedicated X-Y displays reduce beam current greatly, or blank the display entirely, if there are no inputs present.

For a circular spot, the final anode must be at the same potential as both of the Y-plates for a centred spot the Y-plate voltages must be the same.

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Other signals such as sound or vibration can be converted to voltages and displayed. The instruments of this type are the most expensive as compared to metrological equipment of other systems.

Dual and multiple-trace oscilloscopes Oscilloscopes with two vertical inputs, referred to as dual-trace oscilloscopes, are extremely useful and commonplace. Tangent galvanometer[ edit ] A tangent galvanometer is an early measuring instrument used for the measurement of electric current.

The device according to claim 58, wherein the digital address is autonomously assigned, or wherein the digital address is assigned by another device using DHCP. A single sensor may be used to measure two or more phenomena.

Phase and amplitude remain constant. Outlets with built in PLC modems for use with combined data and power using powerlines are described in U. Addresses identify hosts and provide a logical location service. Flat-panel displays do not need this control.Oscilloscope Explained.

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An 'oscilloscope', previously called an 'oscillograph', and informally known as a scope or o-scope, CRO (for cathode-ray oscilloscope), or DSO (for the more modern digital storage oscilloscope), is a type of electronic test instrument that graphically displays varying signal voltages, usually as a two-dimensional plot of one or more signals as a function of time.

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—J.M. Acknowledgments. GLOSSARY OF RADAR TERMS. Deflection Plates--Two pairs of parallel plates with each pair set at right angles to one another and parallel to the axis of the electron stream in an electrostatic cathode-ray tube. They are used to cause the displacement of the electron stream by the electric field produced between each pair.

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Home; web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. In this model, it is assumed that two plates, both having an area of A, are placed parallel to each other with a distance d.

The two conductive plates are isolated by a dielectric material, having a permittivity of εr with a dielectric constant of ε0.