## Theoretical and Practical Limits of Measurement Accuracy: 2nd Symposium of the IMEKO Technical Committee on Metrology--TC8 : Proceedings |

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EMF Ep averaged through h, cycles is

group. The difference AE of EMF average values for the group expressed in the

units ...

EMF Ep averaged through h, cycles is

**calculated**as follows: The group MP is**calculated**by averaging K values of ELD? £,, for standard cells included in thegroup. The difference AE of EMF average values for the group expressed in the

units ...

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2nd Symposium of the IMEKO Technical Committee on Metrology--TC8 :

Proceedings. The background current J.(P of the Type PMI-39-2 vacuum gauge

tube was

2nd Symposium of the IMEKO Technical Committee on Metrology--TC8 :

Proceedings. The background current J.(P of the Type PMI-39-2 vacuum gauge

tube was

**calculated**from the equation: ...Page 292

Detailed analysis shows that the RF power value PRp can be

three responses: PRF " °'5 AdCI + PDC2 + K_1 /2EaRF -EaDC2 -EaDCl// /10/ for

the feeding sequence PDC1 - PRp - PQC2 with approximative limits of responses

...

Detailed analysis shows that the RF power value PRp can be

**calculated**fromthree responses: PRF " °'5 AdCI + PDC2 + K_1 /2EaRF -EaDC2 -EaDCl// /10/ for

the feeding sequence PDC1 - PRp - PQC2 with approximative limits of responses

...

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