magnetometer


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mag·ne·tom·e·ter

(mag'nĕ-tom'ĕ-tĕr),
An instrument for detecting and measuring the magnetic field.

magnetometer

(măg″nĕ-tŏm′ĕ-tĕr) [″ + metron, measure]
Device for measuring magnetic fields.

mag·ne·tom·e·ter

(mag'nĕ-tom'ĕ-tĕr)
An instrument for detecting and measuring the magnetic field.
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z] is close to the noise level; (b) in the dynamic case the data taking rate for the Cs magnetometers is fixed to 1 Hz and given the time structure of the signal with stabilization large uncertainties must be expected after integration due to such a coarse time binning.
The observed fluctuations (curve a) are well above the intrinsic sensitivity level of the magnetometer (curves b).
A low-noise, high-resolution device, the Xtrinsic MAG3110 magnetometer features minimal averaging requirements for decreased latency and exceptionally reliable readings.
Onboard the three-satellite Swarm mission, the new magnetometers will provide measurements over different regions of the Earth simultaneously.
The Army's interest in the magnetometer derives from its recognition of the device's potential in locating weapons such as assault rifles, from a safe distance.
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HYPACK Inc has collaborated with Marine Magnetics to offer a complete solution for magnetometer surveys.
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