Pulkit Kumar Dubey

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Out of the various existing ultrasonic power measurement techniques, the radiation force balance method using microbalance is most widely used in low power (below 1 W) regime. The major source of uncertainty associated with this technique is the error in ac voltage measurement applied to the transducer for the generation of ultrasonic waves. The sources(More)
The conventional dual polarization micropulse lidar uses two separate photomultiplier tubes (PMT) to detect both the copolarized and cross-polarized beam. The prominent sources of error in the depolarization ratio measurement are mismatch in PMT, improper selection of discriminator threshold and unequal PMT high voltage. In the present work a technique for(More)
In the present work a personal computer based circuit adopted in pulseecho setup has been developed for the measurement of time-of-flight between the two successive echoes using a differential time measurement with a 16 bit counter and an external clock frequency of 32 MHz. A control program is developed in C to display the time of flight and wave(More)
The Radiation Force Balance (RFB) technique is well established and most widely used for the measurement of total ultrasonic power radiated by ultrasonic transducer. The technique is used as a primary standard for calibration of ultrasonic transducers with relatively fair uncertainty in the low power (below 1 W) regime. In this technique, uncertainty(More)
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