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Fourier Transforming Sensors: a recondite source of major error

Fourier Transforming Sensors: a recondite source of major error
Fourier Transforming Sensors: a recondite source of major error
It is now possible to devise miniaturised sensors with substantial internal computing power. This makes commonplace the use of such mathematical procedures as Fourier Transformation within the sensor. It does not seem to be widely understood that, because of the properties of the well-known Fourier delay function, very large errors can be introduced by a normally negligible delay in the signal acquisition process. It is therefore essential to apply a special calibration process to such sensors when they are used in the stimulus-response mode.
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Institute of Physics Publishing
Chowdry, B S
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Brignell, J E
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White, N M
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Chowdry, B S
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Chowdry, B S and Brignell, J E, White, N M (eds.) (1998) Fourier Transforming Sensors: a recondite source of major error

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It is now possible to devise miniaturised sensors with substantial internal computing power. This makes commonplace the use of such mathematical procedures as Fourier Transformation within the sensor. It does not seem to be widely understood that, because of the properties of the well-known Fourier delay function, very large errors can be introduced by a normally negligible delay in the signal acquisition process. It is therefore essential to apply a special calibration process to such sensors when they are used in the stimulus-response mode.

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Published date: September 1998
Additional Information: Organisation: ECS Address: Bristol
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Local EPrints ID: 250882
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/250882
ISBN: 0-7503-0536-3
PURE UUID: c2aa17b6-f46f-47ed-a130-393e97dd47f2
ORCID for N M White: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-1532-6452

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Date deposited: 29 Sep 1999
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 10:13

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Author: B S Chowdry
Author: J E Brignell
Editor: N M White ORCID iD

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