Issue 135
Imagine you just received an email invite to a webinar series on sensors and calibration - What topics would inspire you to sign up right away? Or to forward the message on to a colleague? We are interested in gathering your input as we design a webinar series for later this year. Please drop us a line and let us know what you'd like to see!
Back to the Basics: Natural Frequency and Resonance

What is natural frequency? What is resonance? While these are basic questions, sometimes the basics can be challenging to explain. Our partners at Siemens have produced an informative and thorough article to answer them. Click below to read the full article. We also encourage you to check out the   Siemens PLM Community as it's an excellent resource for more information on testing.

Join Us - Upcoming Calibration Seminar!

Interested in learning more about sensors and calibration? Join our calibration expert, Patrick Timmons, for a Dynamic Sensors and Calibration Seminar at the upcoming NCSLI Technical Exchange February 26, in Orlando, Florida. Register Today!
Blast from the Past: What's the Difference? Percent Difference vs Deviation in Accelerometer Calibration

Have you ever found yourself in a lengthy calibration-related conversation? With details such as specifications, in tolerance/out of tolerance status, and uncertainties being discussed? Chances are that you have ended up using "percentage difference" or "deviation" several times...

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Aaron Goosman -  Lilian Golan  - Jesse Coy
Julie Dwyer - Mike Dillon -  Patrick Timmons -  Shannon Henize 

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