Magnetic Sensors and Magnetometers (Artech House Remote Sensing Library)
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About the Author Pavel Ripka is an associate professor in the Electrotechnical Faculty at Czech Technical University. He is the author of more than 100 published scientific papers and holds a C.Sc. and Docent in measurement science from Czech Technical University.
Magnetometer reference text Ripka has written the best and most comprehensive book, to date, on Magnetic field sensing. We are a manufacturer of leading edge fluxgate magnetometers and I consider this required reading for our new engineers. A "must have" for the reference library of any engineer working in the field of magnetic instrumentation.Bill Billingsley, Billingsley Magnetics Brookeville, Maryland. MagBible for MagMan There are many books and publications on magnetometers and their applications. Each book is written about miracles of the one method of magnetic field measurement. The book about all for the first time has appeared! I think the experts will be convinced that his method is the best. The fans can compare and choose the best. This book will handbook for everyone who distinguishes Mag and Mag.. "Magnetometer Reference" according to C. Klaes. This book in including everything has no meat about anything. References are presented in lieu of in depth analysis. A good starting point and a wealth of references.
Although magnetic sensors are usually only briefly mentioned in most textbooks on sensors, this reference provides a comprehensive overview of the basic principles and uses of such devices in remote sensing applications.
He is the author of more than 100 published scientific papers and holds a C.Sc. . and Docent in measurement science from Czech Technical University. Pavel Ripka is an associate professor in the Electrotechnical Faculty at Czech Technical University