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2019-07-09. Allan Belcher Signal Conversion Ltd I have previously been an external partner in EMPIR project QuADC and can offer expertise in signal processing and measurement methods to characterise and correct the linearity and precision of multiple sensors and transducers. This method is covered in our patent and supported by our software and algorithms. This approach may be particularly relevant where multiple phases and amplitudes are to be measured using practical transducers.
2019-06-10. Martin Šíra Czech Metrology Institute Developement of measurement methods, uncertainty estimation, measurement control, software developement,.
2019-06-06. Jose Salinas Universidad de Málaga Since 2004, DTE-UMA has collaborated with CEM in the development of primary standards, mainly in the software side, with special emphasis on overall instruments control and on processing algorithms. We have developed an alternative method to perform spectral analysis of AC asynchronously sampled signals.

We have also worked on the uncertainties analysis of these algorithms using Monte Carlo, making use of the university's supercomputing infrastructures.

We have collaborated in the QWave project on the extension of these algorithms to analyze signals with interharmonic content with very promising results.

We are currently working on the DIG-AC project, mainly on the definition, development, and test of the software for data processing and uncertainty estimation.
2019-05-30. Bruno Trinchera INRIM Design and implementation of measurement setup for LF and WB sampled Power and PQ parameters

Calibration facilities for digitizers, current shunts and inductive/resistive voltage dividers using conventional ac-dc transfer technique and/or sampling approach

Programmable Josephson voltage for LF synthesis of arbitrary waveforms

Software tool for handling of high precision LF and WB digitizers and data processing

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