Development of Testing Methods for Absolute Magnetometers and Some Test Results of the Overhauser Magnetometer POS-I
Earth and related Environmental sciences
Overhauser Magnetometer POS-I
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Proton magnetometers are well known as precise instruments for the measurement of totalmagnetic field. Such position is based on the proton gyromagnetic ratio, a fundamental physical constant. In this report we discuss some general metrological aspects of the proton and Overhauser magnetometers which can be used for development and exploitation. This discussion is stimulated by researches of the new Overhauser magnetometer POS-1 that is intended for magnetic observatories and fieldwork.
CitationRasson, J.L.; Sapunov, V.- (2002). Development of Testing Methods for Absolute Magnetometers and Some Test Results of the Overhauser Magnetometer POS-I. , Issue Proceedings of the Xth IAGA Workshop on Geomagnetic Instruments Data Acquisition and Processing, April 15-24, 2002, Hermanus Magnetic Observatory, P.O. Box 32, Hermanus 7200, South-Africa, 275-280, IRM,