Systematic errors in digital time-pulse converters
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The largest component of the error produced by the supply voltage variations is that due to the linearly-falling-voltage generator caused by anode voltage changes.
The error due to anode voltage variations is tens of times greater than that due to the same percentage variation of the heater voltage.
The error due to ambient temperature variations over wide ranges is very small and can always be reduced to the required minimum.
The outlined analytical technique can be applied to any time-pulse conversion circuits.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Ambient Temperature Temperature Variation Systematic Error
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