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Re: [TCML] RF Ground and Brass
In a message dated 3/6/08 11:03:41 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
>The BPS, coupling, and quench time all factor heavily into the RMS current.
There are ways to
>measure RMS current, the best being with a digital scope that does a lot of
number-crunching over a
>time interval that includes both the bang on and off times.
I believe Jim Lux had previously pointed out that although many digital
"true RMS" multimeters actually "do the math", some top-notch lab equipment
actually measures the temperature rise in an precision resistor. Maybe this
would be easier to implement?
Much info on RMS measurements in the archives.
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