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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 12, Issue 12, pp 1735–1740 | Cite as

Investigation of a method of converting voltage into code

  • V. P. Tarasov
Measurements of Electrical and Magnetic Quantities
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Conclusions

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    Formulas have been obtained for the instrumental and nonlinearity errors of units in a VCC with compensating integration, and its advantages over a VCC with series counting have been determined.

     
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    It has been shown that the nonlinearity error of a VCC with compensating integration is cancelled completely for t2=t1, and will be less than the nonlinearity error of a series counting VCC for t2>t1/2.

     
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    Principles have been established for the optimal selection of the value of Uref depending on the distribution law of the input signal.

     
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    It has been shown that the errors in determining the time intervals and integrator elements affect the accuracy in a VCC with compensating integration considerably less than the corresponding errors in a series counting VCC. This makes a VCC with compensating integration the one with greatest prospects in the construction of a converter to work under difficult climatic conditions.

     

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Climatic Condition Input Signal Optimal Selection 
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