By Tom Morgan A method is derived for calculating the resistance tolerances for non-linear resistance scales, whose accuracy tolerances are given in degrees of arc instead of percent of reading or range.
by Michael Schwartz Today’s new high dynamic range power sensors are not built the same as the older generations of sensors. Older generations of power sensors only had a correction table for their frequency response. […]
by Edward Morrell High-speed clearance sealed piston provers for measuring gas flow rates have been available for over twenty years and have gained wide acceptance as a fast, cost-effective, primary calibration instrument for gas flow. […]
by Agilent Technologies Connectors, adapters, and calibration standards in the millimeter-wave frequency range (26 GHz to 70 GHz) are VERY expensive. Although all connectors eventually wear, with knowledge, care, and proper technique, you can easily […]