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Non Contact Cable Testing

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Non Contact Cable Testing. / Peyton, Anthony (Inventor); Coulton, Paul (Inventor); Mackin, Robert (Inventor); John, Kelly (Inventor).

Patent No.: US7705606. Apr 27, 2010.

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Harvard

Peyton, A, Coulton, P, Mackin, R & John, K Apr. 27 2010, Non Contact Cable Testing, Patent No. US7705606.

APA

Peyton, A., Coulton, P., Mackin, R., & John, K. (2010). Non Contact Cable Testing. (Patent No. US7705606).

Vancouver

Peyton A, Coulton P, Mackin R, John K, inventors. Non Contact Cable Testing. US7705606. 2010 Apr 27.

Author

Peyton, Anthony (Inventor) ; Coulton, Paul (Inventor) ; Mackin, Robert (Inventor) ; John, Kelly (Inventor). / Non Contact Cable Testing. Patent No.: US7705606. Apr 27, 2010.

Bibtex

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title = "Non Contact Cable Testing",
abstract = "A method of determining the state of a cable comprising at least one electrical conductor, uses a generated test signal and applies it to at least one conductor by a non-contact coupling transmitter. The resulting signal is propagated along the at least one conductor and a non-contact electrical coupling receiver picks up a reflected signal, and compares the reflected signal to expected state signal values for the cable to determine its current state.",
author = "Anthony Peyton and Paul Coulton and Robert Mackin and Kelly John",
year = "2010",
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day = "27",
language = "English",
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RIS

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