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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp 96–101 | Cite as

Method for measuring physical quantities of parametric converters

  • V. I. Pakhomov
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Conclusion

The considerations expressed above lead to the conclusion that this method can be used with adequate efficiency for measuring physical quantities by means of parametric converters. The main advantages of the method consist in its high sensitivity, reliability, simplicity, linearity over a wide range of the measured parameter, and the possibility of converting the value of the primary transducer parameter directly into a digital code.

On the basis of this measurement method it is possible to design CCS input and multichannel measurement devices which meet the requirements of reliability, precision and operating speed [9],

The above conclusions are in good agreement with the results of testing measurement circuits and models of CCS input devices.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Measurement Method Physical Quantity Measured Parameter 
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© Instrument Society of America 1966

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