low-impedance measurement

low-impedance measurement

[′lō im‚pēd·əns ′mezh·ər·mənt]
(electronics)
The measurement of an impedance which is small enough to necessitate use of indirect methods.
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With a 1:1 probe, these instruments also could be suitable for small-signal, low-impedance measurements, especially if higher bandwidth also is needed.
Contacting the smaller parts is simply a physical problem, whereas making accurate, low-impedance measurements can be difficult given the functionality of today's test equipment."