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

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A number of converters and calibrators have a wider

comparisons at

divide this range into three subranges: from 20 Hz to 100 kHz, from 100 kHz to ...

A number of converters and calibrators have a wider

**frequency**range and hencecomparisons at

**frequencies**up to 30 MHz are of special interest. It is advisable todivide this range into three subranges: from 20 Hz to 100 kHz, from 100 kHz to ...

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Since the supporting structure of the laser is very rigid, the

radiation is sufficiently stable. As a results, a stability of 6 i — 1 2 10" (10 s) and a

reproducibility (standard deviation) of 4 x 10 are obtained. The

Since the supporting structure of the laser is very rigid, the

**frequency**of the laserradiation is sufficiently stable. As a results, a stability of 6 i — 1 2 10" (10 s) and a

reproducibility (standard deviation) of 4 x 10 are obtained. The

**frequency**shifts ...Page 205

A standard measuring equipment for low-

double amplitudes of up to 1 m has been developed in the Office for

Standardization, Metrology and Quality Control. This paper is intended to outline

the design, ...

A standard measuring equipment for low-

**frequency**rectilinear vibrations withdouble amplitudes of up to 1 m has been developed in the Office for

Standardization, Metrology and Quality Control. This paper is intended to outline

the design, ...

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