Maxwell-Wien bridge

Maxwell-Wien bridge

[′mak‚swel ′wēn ′brij]
(electricity)
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For the reader circuit, a variation of the Maxwell-Wien bridge circuit was proposed.
Such variations in the impedance of [L.sub.x] will change the voltage between nodes B and C of the Maxwell-Wien bridge circuit.
A variation from the Maxwell-Wien bridge circuit was fabricated on an FR4 PCB.
Table 1 shows the values of the components from the Maxwell-Wien bridge. The diameter of the coils was designed to be greater than the diameter of the implant coil on purpose.
Mutual magnetic coupling between coils was measured by placing pork skin on top of the Maxwell-Wien bridge circuit.
Magnetic coupling measurements between coils were repeated by placing 1 mm of pork skin, 1 mm of fat, and 2 mm of pork muscle over the Maxwell-Wien bridge circuit.
It was observed that when organic tissue was placed on top of the Maxwell-Wien bridge circuit, the voltage variation occurred earlier (at approximately 14 mm), as opposed to air as the transmission medium which occurred at a separation distance between coils of approximately 8 mm.