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Welcome to issue #24-
Welcome to the summertime edition (for those of us in the northern hemisphere)! During this time of sunshine, family fun and vacations, I thought we could make it easy and provide a summary of some of the most read articles of the last few years. Take your time, grab a cold drink, lay back in your hammock and catch up on your rest. Take a quick look at any of our best articles that you may have missed...
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Newsletter Archive
sensor & cal tips #1 - Basics of accel function; How standards link together
sensor & cal tips #2 - Shear, compression, flexure; ISO 16063 overview
sensor & cal tips #3 - Accel transduction types; Laser primary cal
sensor & cal tips #4 - Which is better quartz or ceramic; What is piggyback cal
sensor & cal tips #5 - Similarities between ICP and charge; Shock cal methods
sensor & cal tips #6 - Ideal v real world accel behaviors; Primary v transfer cal
sensor & cal tips #7 - The trouble with cables; How to maintain cal integrity
sensor & cal tips #8 - What is ISO 17025; Modal array accels
sensor & cal tips #9 - Seismic accel; Uncertain about your cal
sensor & cal tips #10 - Facts about triax; Uncertainty redux
sensor & cal tips #11 - Mechanical shock accel; More uncertainty contributors
sensor & cal tips #12 - Flight test accels; Random uncertainty
sensor & cal tips #13 - ESS accel considerations; Relative motion in cal
sensor & cal tips #14 - Proficiency in cal; Sensor considerations for NVH
sensor & cal tips #15 - Interpreting cal results; Discharge time constant
sensor & cal tips #16 - New development in accel cal; Industrial accels
sensor & cal tips #17 - Low frequency accel cal; ICP options
sensor & cal tips #18 - Why calibrate; Accel selection considerations
sensor & cal tips #19 - Linearity and the small world
sensor & cal tips #20 - Low frequency calibration; Cable considerations
ICP triaxial accels aid vehicle field diagnostics; New transverse methods of cal
sensor & cal tips #22 - Proficiency Deficiency; TEDS
sensor & cal tips #23 - Decoding accel specs; Quality system deficiencies

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We hope that you've enjoyed our newsletter and its educational content over the last few years.  No where like the calibration field is certainty and reliability more important. We're part of the PCB Group which is going on 45 years.  We're here to serve you with all your dynamic sensor and calibration needs... whenever you get back from vacation!
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Michael J. Lally
The Modal Shop
A PCB Group Company