An automated magnetometer using the Tchebycheff method of numerical integration

Ray, Anindita; Chakravarti, A.; Ranganathan, R.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p789
Academic Journal
Details an automated flux-type magnetometer using the Tchebycheff method of numerical integration of the voltage induced in the sensing coils. Accuracy of the integrated output; Presentation of a design and construction of an electronic circuit together with the software for data acquisition using a Z-80 microprocessor; Advantages and disadvantages of the method.


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