How to achieve the best possible resistance measurements
Learn about noise reduction and device choices
The electrical resistance of materials is one of the properties that is most pervasive in modern applications ranging from nanoscale to megascale. Electrical resistance characterization is a simple, yet powerful tool in diverse fields from the research of new materials, over the qualification of new applications all the way to actual field operation.
To stay ahead of your competition, you want to make the best possible resistance measurements. This means: Get the most precise result in the shortest amount of time. But neither can measurements be infinitely accurate, nor infinitely fast. It is important to understand, which bottlenecks in your signal chain can be resolved and which physical limitations exist.
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A single device
for a variety of applications.
High stability, no drift, no offset
DC and AC simultaneously
van-der-Pauw, zero-offset Hall
Differential and ratiometric
Pulse and measure
Simpler measurements. Better results.
Measure Sheet & Hall resistance at high precision and extremly low noise.
Measure irregularly shaped samples without need for lithographic pattern.
Replace Lock-in Amplifier, Source/ Measure Unit, Digital Multimeter & Analog Matrix Switch.
Save measuring time.
Achieve higher throughput.