Critical electrical measurement needs and standards for modern electronic instrumentation: report of a workshop sponsored by the National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Md., Sept. 23-24, 1974
U.S. National Bureau of Standards, 1975 - Electric measurements - 59 pages
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AC/DC ADC's amplifiers amplitude analog analog-to-digital analog-to-digital converters and/or attendees automatic basic battery Bureau of Standards calibration calibration service capability capacitors characterization Conditioning and Data converters DAC's Data Conversion DC voltage dielectric absorption digital-to-analog converters discussion dynamic measurements effects Electrical Measurement Needs Electricity Division environment evaluation frequency high accuracy hysteresis impedance improved impulse testing industry input interface levels long-term manufacturers Measurement Assurance measurement devices measurement problems ment methodologies methods modern electronic instrumentation nanovolts National Bureau NBS Participant NBS Recorder noise measurement non-sinusoidal output passive components performance phase angle pre-Workshop precision present programs pulse range resistors response sample-and-hold sampling semiconductors session settling Signal Conditioning sources and measurement Sources and References specific stability standard cells sub-group switches technical temperature coefficient thermocouple tion transportable standards uncertainty users voltage and current voltage standard wafer probe waveforms working-group Zener Zener diode