A study of a microwave cavity tuned oscillator

Chen, W.M.; Li, L.Y.; Zhang, B.P.; Wu, F.M.; Yu, Z.; Jin, X.
October 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Oct96, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p3631
Academic Journal
Measures the relative dielectric constant of nonpolar dielectric fluid using a microwave cavity tuned oscillator (MCTO). Theory of the technique; Formula for evaluating the uncertainty of the measured dielectric constant; Factors that contributed to a higher accuracy of the MCTO measurement.


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