resistance bridge

resistance bridge

[ri′zis·təns ‚brij]
(electricity)
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In a one-parameter measurement a resistive sensor is a part of a resistance bridge. It aims at forming an analogue output voltage which is properly conditioned.
Some tests on the original transducer, which consists of a resistance bridge in the form of a quadrilateral supplied by one current source in an unconventional way, will be introduced in this paper.
As shown in the photo below, it's nothing but a simple resistance bridge gadget with a go/no-go test protocol.
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