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Proper use of Field Analyzers at Lower Frequencies

March 20, 2014 // Acoustic Research // 0 comments

Proper use of Field Analyzers at Lower Frequencies Download White Paper 421Ko

Most RF field probes are designed to measure only the root mean square (RMS) of a continuous wave (CW) electric field over a broad range of frequencies and amplitudes. This is not the case for the AR Field Analyzer. The AR Field Analyzer contains an embedded web-page that has the ability to measure CW and Modulated electric field or power density in the time domain using an oscilloscope-type display.


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