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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 14, Issue 9, pp 1455–1456 | Cite as

Peculiarity of frequency balancing of quadrature circuits

  • N. P. Kremlevskii
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Conclusions

The input impedance of an amplifier does not affect the transformation of the measured quantity to frequency or period. A change of Zin involves only a change of sensitivity of transformation.

Condition (3) can be realized not only for complete identity of the switches, if one selects small resistances in series with the switches and large resistances parallel to the switches. In this case the effect on the function of transformation of the instability of the resistances of the switches is minimized and the effect of the resistance of the wires connecting the quadrature circuit with the switches and amplifier is eliminated.

An experimental check of the effect of the resistances of the switches confirmed the conclusion obtained.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Measured Quantity Input Impedance Small Resistance 
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© Consultants Bureau 1972

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