National Primary Special Standard (Get 88-2014) For the Unit of Electric Current at Frequencies of 20–1·106 Hz
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The structure of the National Primary Special Standard for the unit of electric current at frequencies of 20–1·106 Hz (GET 88-2014) is examined, and its basic metrological characteristics are described.
Keywordsstandard metrological characteristics
- 1.Decree No. 575 of the Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology, On Approval of the National Verification Scheme for Means of Measurement of Alternating Electric Currents from 1·10–8 to 100 A at Frequencies from 1·10–1 to 1·106 Hz, May 14, 2015.Google Scholar
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