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There are no requirements for screened rooms, just a ground plane under the nonmetallic test bench, LISN bolted to the ground plane and short cables from the LISN to the DUT.
To start, assume that there is a different unique axis along which each of the three DUT accelerometers has a maximum response to the gravitational field, and represent these unique axes by u, v, and w.
Selected kaolins from South Africa (ZEB 1, ZEB 2, DUT 1 and DUT 2) and Cameroon (MK 1, MK 2, ED 1 and ED 2) have been characterised by FTIR and simultaneous DSC - TG analyses in order to elucidate on their structural order and thermal stability.
Simulating a high-efficiency loop with a CPW as its feed-line, the high-efficiency probe can reduce error when analyzing the relationship between loop and DUT, or when comparing the data from the model and from measurement of anFR4 four-layer substrate.
The physical meaning of (7) is following: the DUT model is built with series and parallel connected networks.
* [P.sub.DUT] and [P.sub.3DUT] are the powers measured at port 2 using the DUT and that at port 3 using a monitoring sensor, respectively,
Protecting the DUT area while assembling a test board is a challenge (FIGURE 3).
As the incident step propagates through the discontinuities in the DUT, it causes reflections that indicate the exact locations of discontinuities and their sizes.
One manner to define the set of input combinations for a given device is an n-dimensional space of 2n combinations, where n is the number of DUT input pins.
The proximity of the DUT noise to the measurement system noise floor introduces a measurement error that makes the DUT noise appear higher than actual, as shown in Figure 3.
Young Sudanese men Peter Nyarol Dut and Santino Majok Chuor managed to survive years of civil war in their country and come to the United States, only to face a dizzying array of culture shocks and heartbreaking social isolation.