|Wheatstone-Bridge Calibration Scale Adjustments Based on Precision Resistor Shunt Measurements
The University of Miami was able to successfully calculate and then compensate for drift in a load cell by using a S102C precision resistance shunt to recalibrate the instrument.
|Highly stable, low-noise current source for laser diode
The Solid State Sciences department at the Ghent University, Belgium, developed a highly stable, low-noise current source to drive a conventional laser diode.
|Thermal Pressure Measurement of Fluids
Texas Tech University engineering team uses the 1285G trimmer, S102C resistor, and SR-4 strain gage to enable accurate measurement of the thermal pressure of fluids
|Bulk Acoustic Wave Resonator Calibration in a Dilution Refrigerator
Australia’s ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems characterizes Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW) resonators in a cryogenic environment
|Monitoring extremely low current at power levels as low as 5 nanowatts
A meter to monitor extremely low dynamic current with a high degree of accuracy unaffected by noise,temperature variations and thermal EMF; developed by Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), Lithuania.
|Measurement accuracy and stability over time and temperature
High performance instrumentation amplifier circuit with high gain accuracy over a wide temperature range (-40C to 125C) developed by Intersil Corporation based in Milpitas, CA.
|Thermoresistive Characterization of Composite Materials
The Center for Composite Materials at the University of Delaware is an internationally recognized center of excellence in composite materials research, development and education.
|Developing an A/D converter for high temperature applications
Texas Microelectronics Corporation, located in Houston, Texas, developed a complete 4-channel, 24-bit analog-to-digital converter in a single 40-pin package capable of continuous operation at 200°C
|Upgrading High-Pass Alignment Filter for Audio Systems
Verity Audio & Engineering, based in India, upgraded its B&W 800 Series Variable High-Pass Alignment Filter using the VSH series of foil resistors for superior noise reduction.
|Developing a Multi-Channel DAC for High-End Audio Applications
TOTALDAC a French audio company, built a multi-channel digital-to-analog converter (DAC) for high-end audio using 96 VSR foil resistors per channel in a 3-channel configuration. Updated content (19 April 2012)