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Dec. 23, 2016
Sponsored by Keysight Technologies
In a system or on a lab bench, proper instrument calibration reduces the chances of “false pass” or “false fail” test results. But not all calibrations are equal. Six key factors affect the quality, usefulness and cost of calibration: extent of testing, information provided, measurement uncertainty, calibration periodicity, service speed, and service packages. In Six Axes of Calibration, we highlight the importance and value of each factor. Download application note.
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