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Volume 13 Number 1
  • E-ISSN: 1365-2478

Abstract

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Proton precession magnetometers usually operate discontinuously since thy rely one intermittent impulses. The aerial versions of these magnetometers suffer from relatively high background noise. The type of magnetometer discussed in this paper has solved the two problems of discontinuity of measurements and reduced sensitivity due to background noise.

Comparative texts with an established flux‐gate apparatus have given significant and convincing results.

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