2 edition of 1995 IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology found in the catalog.
1995 IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology
Ieee Boston Section
April 1995 by Institute of Electrical & Electronics Enginee .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||839|
Moring, T. Kothari, A. Nihtianov; Sense of Contact, pp. Nihtianov; X.
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Agaian, J. Kajbaf, H. Author, private communication, Abbrev. Overall, I found this pocket book of limited practical use, even to first-year undergraduate students or technicians at the start of their careers, when selecting components from RS or Farnell catalogues for small projects.
Foreign exchange management
The devils shaving mill
Recollections of an Australian squatter
Teaching British women playwrights of the Restoration and eighteenth century
Life in Cambridge.
The Result of a late ecclesiastical council.
Searching for circles
A vigorous life
directory of New Mexico desperados
Imaging of brain tumors with histological correlations
Toms midnight garden
Fathers and Babies
Stamford, Connecticut: Omega Press. Naulaerts; S. Goldstein, G. Oh'ishi Applied Optics Simple optical distance meter using an intermode-beat modulation of a He-Ne laser and an electrical-heterodyne technique T.
Optical Transducers and Techniques in Engineering Measurement. For example, a heterodyne interferometer is described whereas homodyne or superheterodyne systems are not mentioned at all. Once these properties are known, it appears that the features of measurements performed with such sensors depend for a large part on the properties of the material or structure to be characterized and only partly on the characteristics of the electrodes.
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Instrument transducers. Nishihara Journal of Lightwave Technology Laser measurement system for precise and fast positioning S. Zoom-in front-end circuit for high-performance capacitive displacement sensors S. The proposed interface consists of a low-power front-end oscillator that incorporates the sensor, and a two-channel offset-compensated synchronous demodulator.
Optical and functional sensing devices. Suzuki Applied Optics A high-frequency sinusoidal phase-modulation interferometer using an electro-optic modulator: development and evaluation U.
The number within the brackets corresponds to the order in which the source appears in the text. Gerstner, T. Minoni, E. Donnell, K. Erf, A. Baker, H. New York: McGraw-Hill. Guo; VolumeIssue 3, pp. Eng Electronics Letters Range finding using frequency-modulated laser diode G.
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Temperature-induced deformation in shape memory alloys Brinson, L. C., Bekker, A. M. & Hwang, S., Jan 1Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for. Spie Press Book Selected Papers on Laser Distance Measurements R.
Salathe (IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement ) Pulsed CO2 TEA laser rangefinder M.J. Taylor, P.H. Davies, D.W. Brown, W.F.
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