Make Better RMS Measurements with Your DMM Paper Released by Agilent

2/6/2003 - Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) announced the availability of a new application note that discusses different techniques for using digital multimeters (DMMs) to measure AC voltage and obtain consistent root mean square (RMS) value measurements. "Make Better RMS Measurements with Your DMM" addresses how engineers can deliver reliable results with thorough testing. It explains how a signal affects the quality of measurements and how to avoid common measurement mistakes.

The document can be downloaded free of charge from and also from Agilent's Application Center,, a large library of application and product literature for R&D and manufacturing test engineers. The quick and easy Web tool provides in-depth technical information on a variety of topics, including wireless communications, telecom, Internet infrastructure, digital and analog debug and verification, I/O and interconnect.

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