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Intermodulation Distortion Measurement

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This article describes the basic methods of harmonic and intermodulation distortion measurement. The comparative merits of the systems are discussed and a table gives the relationship between the results which may be obtained in eacy system. The use of a wave analyzer to make these measurements is suggested and tables of typical results show the practical use of this method of measurement.

JAES Volume 12 Issue 3 pp. 221-225; July 1964
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