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Daniel Contarino
10/06/12 18:51
  10/06/12 18:52

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#188598 - Qmeter
Responding to: Joseph Hebert's previous message
If time and place in the desktop is not an issue, the Qmeter allow all the measurements (L, C and serial/parallel R). Look, for example, .
Using serial substitution I remember I could measure (many, many years ago) inductances of few nH, and serial resistance and inductance of decoupling caps.

Building such an instrument is not so difficult, but could take some time.


List of 8 messages in thread
measuring reactive component values      Joseph Hebert      10/05/12 16:47      
   measuring reactive component values      Joseph Hebert      10/06/12 10:15      
      What cap are we talking about?      Kai Klaas      10/07/12 07:08      
         This is what I'm wondering about.      Joseph Hebert      10/07/12 12:05      
   C and ESR and inductance      Mahmood Elnasser      10/06/12 13:25      
   I've considered the LCR meter approach ...      Richard Erlacher      10/06/12 14:04      
   Qmeter      Daniel Contarino      10/06/12 18:51      
   Buy or make?      Oliver Sedlacek      10/08/12 04:26      

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