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FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT METHOD FOR MECHATRONIC AND TELECOMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS
O. Sergiyenko, Associate Professor, Candidate of Technical Science, Engineering Institute of Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico
Abstract. A fast frequency measurement method based on the pulse coincidence of two regular independent pulse trains and rational approximations in the number theory is presented. A numeric condition to stop the measurement process is deduced. Results of numeric simulation of the frequency measurement process are presented.
Key words: pulse, pulse train, number theory, frequency, measurement.

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