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Ludlum Geiger Counter - RF CafeNarda EMF Field Strength Meters - RF Cafe"EMF (electromagnetic field) measurements are made on ambient (surrounding) electromagnetic fields that are performed using particular sensors or probes, such as EMF meters. These probes can be generally considered as antennas although with different characteristics. Probes should not perturb the electromagnetic field and must prevent coupling and reflection as much as possible in order to obtain precise results. There are two main types of EMF measurements: broadband measurements performed using a broadband probe which senses any signal across a wide range of frequencies and is usually made with three independent diode detectors, and also frequency selective measurements in which the measurement system consists of a field antenna and a receiver or spectrum analyzer allowing to monitor the frequency range of interest." - Wikipedia

"A particle detector, also known as a radiation detector, is a device used to detect, track, and/or identify ionizing particles, such as those produced by nuclear decay, cosmic radiation, or reactions in a particle accelerator. Detectors can measure the particle energy and other attributes such as momentum, spin, charge, particle type, in addition to merely registering the presence of the particle." Wikipedia

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Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) | 800-234-7858 | San Rafael, CA
Manufacturer of precision electronic instrumentation for test, measurement, and nuclear research. Pulse and delay generators, microwave/RF signal generators and synthesizers, phase noise testers, signal and spectrum analyzers, impedance, light pulse, and arbitrary waveform generators, oscilloscopes, frequency counters, radiation and scintillation detectors, isotope detectors, and more.

Exetech | 1-877-239-8324 | Nashua, NH
Electromagnetic field meters, gas detectors and analyzers, magnetic field meters, air flow and air quality meters, refractometers.

Ludlum Measurements | 1-800-622-0828  | Sweetwater, TX
Radiation detection instruments and technologies used in applications such as routine personnel and material monitoring, border security, and emergency response situations.

Mirion Technologies | 1-800-251-3331 | Irvine, CA
Radiation detection, monitoring, and measurement equipment, dosimeters, contamination monitoring, nuclear power plant equipment.

Narda Safety Test Solutions | +49-(0)7121-9732-0 | Pfullingen, Germany
Measuring equipment for the EMF Safety, RF Test & Measurement and EMC sectors. Standards-compliant EMF measurement solutions for electrical and magnetic fields from 0 Hz to 90 GHz covering virtually all mobile radio services - including 5G. The EMF Safety product range includes wideband and frequency selective measuring instruments, full coverage wide area monitors, and personal safety monitors that are worn on the person.

Rohde & Schwarz | 1-888-837-8772 | Columbia, MD
Electric, magnetic, and electromagnetic field measurement equipment,

Sympatec | +49 5323 717 0 | Zellerfeld Germany
Instruments for the analysis of particle size and particle shape, in laboratory and process applications

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