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Measurement is the assignment of numbers to objects or events. All measurements consist of three parts: magnitude, dimensions (units) and uncertainty.

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I understand how a directional coupler can be used to measure signals travelling in one direction on a wire. What I don't understand is exactly how this would work on a differential signal, E.G. LVDS …
asked Apr 10 '12 by Rocketmagnet
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I would like to measure the power consumed by a mains device. I have heard that it's not as trivial as simply measuring the average current, as the device may be resistive, capacitive or inductive, an …
asked Sep 3 '12 by Rocketmagnet
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For a cooking experiment, I'd like to be able to measure the temperature inside a piece of meat while it's being cooked. Due to the mechanics of the cooking process, it's going to be difficult to use …
asked Sep 6 '12 by Rocketmagnet
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This question is related my my previous question: What to do about very hot planar inductor? What I'm trying to do I am trying to make a planar inductor (made from the tracks of the PCB, and surroun …
asked Nov 20 '15 by Rocketmagnet