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An Indirect Comparison Between Two Josephson Voltage Standard Systems With Different Algorithms

Published

Author(s)

Yi-hua D. Tang, Richard L. Steiner, June E. Sims

Abstract

Two Josephson Array Voltage Standard Systems using different calibration algorithms are operated at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. A manual system is designed to make comparisons by measuring against the 1.018 V of the three Zener references. The difference of averaging the three Zener references is smaller than 1 nV.
Proceedings Title
Proc., International Conference on Electrical Metrology (SEMETRO)
Conference Dates
September 15-18, 1998
Conference Location
Rio de Janeiro, 1, BR
Conference Title
International Conference on Electrical Metrology

Keywords

Josephson voltage standard, calibration algorithms, system inter-comparison

Citation

Tang, Y. , Steiner, R. and Sims, J. (1998), An Indirect Comparison Between Two Josephson Voltage Standard Systems With Different Algorithms, Proc., International Conference on Electrical Metrology (SEMETRO), Rio de Janeiro, 1, BR (Accessed April 17, 2024)
Created August 24, 1998, Updated October 12, 2021