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This handbook is intended to give the instrumentation engineer the necessary background to understand the operation of an instrumentation system. Although this document identifies the main components and techniques of a typical instrumentation system, it is not intended to give an all-inclusive treatment of every possible instrumentation system scenario. Subsystems and topics include signal sources, signal conditioning, data collection, data formatting, telemetering, recording, and data reconstruction which includes demodulation, demultiplexing, and display. Also addressed are calibration and the related issues of measurement uncertainty and operational considerations. Each of the above subsystems is explained in detail as to its function and utility.
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