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12 dB SINAD The most common use of the SINAD measurement is to assess the sensitivity performance of a radio receiver. To achieve this the sensitivity can be assessed by determining the RF input level at the antenna that is required to achieve a given figure of SINAD. Normally a SINAD value of 12 dB is taken as this corresponds to a distortion factor of 25%, and a modulating tone of 1 kHz is used. It is also necessary to determine other conditions. For AM it is necessary to specify the depth of modulation and for FM the level of deviation is required. For FM analogue systems ETSI specifies the use of a deviation level of 12.5% of the channel spacing A typical specification might be that a receiver has a sensitivity of 0.25 uV [microvolts] for a 12 dB SINAD. Obviously the lower the input voltage needed to achieve the given level of SINAD, the better the receiver performance.
AES Auger Electron Spectroscopy - Auger (pronounced ~o-jay) electron spectroscopy is an electron spectroscopic method that uses a beam of electrons to knock electrons out of inner-shell orbitals. Auger electrons are ejected to conserve energy when electrons in higher shells fill the vacancy in the inner shell. These Auger electrons have energies characteristic of the emitting atom due to the characteristic energy-level structure of that element
Cromo Hexavalente Determinación de cromo hexavalente en agua Residual Spectrometer 4 Calculation input
Cyclic Voltammetry Cv Description pank 1234
DIN ISO 12345 SEM Method of particle counting SEM Total Area
ELISA Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay - A sensitive technique for accurately determining specific molecules in a mixed sample. The amount of protein or other antigen in a given sample is determined by means of an enzyme-catalysed colour change, avoiding both the hazards and expense of radioactive techniques. an assay that relies on an enzymatic conversion reaction and is used to detect the presence of specific substances such as enzymes or viruses or antibodies or bacteria. A positive ELISA test generally is confirmed by the Western Blot test Method document:
Elution The process of extracting one material from another by washing with a solvent to remove adsorbed material from an adsorbent, as in washing of loaded ion-exchange resins to remove captured ions
FIA Flow Injection Analysis - microchemical technique to automate wet chemical methods. In a FIA system, a carrier solution and the chemical reagents are continuously pumped through tubes, mixing coils and finally through a flow cell in a detector. A small portion of the sample is injected into the carrier. The carrier merges with one or more reagents to produce a chemical reaction. The resulting colour change in the sample zone is measured in the detector. The time between injection and detection is typically 1 minute. The dispersion or dilution of the sample zone is controlled by the system components, i.e. injected volume, flow rates and length and diameter of the tubing. When the dispersed sample zone reaches the flow cell of the detector neither the chemical reaction nor the dispersion process must have reached completion or a steady state. Keeping identical conditions for both samples and standards makes evaluation and quantification reproducible and precise
GC Fred THC Calculation
HPGe Gamma-ray spectrometry
Infrared Spectrometry Fat, Total Solids and milk sugars are determined by this method using a Foss FT-120.
LC/MS LC/MS Method LC/MS 1079
Maldi-tof Maldi-tof mass Spectrometry of Bacteria
Mechanical Load Test
Metodo 1 Descripción método 1
Micro Count
NEW METHOD Layman's description
Protein Spectroscopy Spectroscopic Methods for Analysis of Protein Secondary Structure
Pureza ISTA
QuEChERS QuEChERS (pronounced Catchers), an acronym for Quick, Easy, Cheap, Effective, Rugged and Safe, is a sample extraction and clean-up technique widely used for the analysis of multiple residues in hydrated agricultural product
Resistencia Tierra de Protección Se mide la resistencia a tierra de protección
RT-PCR Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction - Powerful technique for producing millions of copies of specific parts of the genetic code of an organism so that it may be readily analyzed. More specifically, RT-PCR produces copies of a specific region of complementary DNA that has been converted from RNA. The technique is often used to help in the identification of an infectious agent
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