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From: C.D.H.Williams@exeter.ac.uk (Charles DH Williams)
Subject: Re: Cheap low frequency impedance bridge?
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 23:57:43 +0100
Organization: speaking for myself...
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In article <email@example.com>,
firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill Sloman) wrote:
> Tom Bruhns (who has given me useful advice on the Agilent products)
> has said a little aboutwhat he's doing in this area, which would seem
> to go a bit further down the DSP route, but I haven't thought far
> enough through what I'd need for the job I'm doing to guess where I'd
> want to end up.
> I might even be able to sneak a precision ratio transformer (as
> described in Rayner and Kibble) into the design.
> Fred, it really isn't kind of of you to remind me of all the fun stuff
> I could be doing if this were a instrument development problem rather
> than a get-me-the-numbers-yesterday problem. Not that I can complain
> too loudly - I've had my design fun on this project already, and I
> plan to try and write that up for IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation
> and Measurement.
I'm not sure what you mean by cheap. If you want 'good value' for a nice
instrument and are after ratio transformer level precision take a look at
Linear Research products. The LR700 is rather nice:
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