Rid Anti-Aliasing Signals
Aliasing occurs when an input signal has frequency components at or higher
than half the sampling
frequency (or rate). If the signal is not correctly
filtered (or band limited) to eliminate these
frequencies, they will show up as
aliases or spurious lower frequency components that cannot be
valid sampled data. These errors in data are actually at a higher frequency, but
sampled, appear as a lower frequency, and thus, false information.
Model 7500 Amplifier Parallel Drive
If you have a transformer that can handle the voltage and not saturate at lower
frequencies, but need more power, you can drive it with the Parallel Drive
Model 7500 Amplifier Push-Pull Configuration
Proper way to set-up the Model 7500 Wideband Power to achieve a Push-Pull Drive
Model 7500 Amplifier Series Configuration
With two Model 7500's and two MT56R Transformers, you can add power from both
amplifiers without concern for balancing output resistors.
Oil Well Prospecting
Much initial oil
well prospecting is accomplished by analyzing the shock waves produced by
scientifically placed explosive charges. Various sensors are strategically
located and connected to
instruments to record the seismic waves.
Jet Engine Testing
Calibrators and Jet Engine Testing with Krohn-Hite Calibrators
Wind Tunnel Testing
Automatic Balance Calibration System (ABCS) which calibrates wind tunnel
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