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Clark Terence D, Prance Robert J, Harland Christopher J: Electrodynamic sensors and applications thereof. Clark Terence D, Prance Robert J, Harland Christopher J, MAGGS Michael Norman, June 12, 2003: WO/2003/048789 (3 worldwide citation)


An electrodynamic sensor comprises a high input impedance electrometer adapted to measure small electrical potentials originating from an object under test and having a pair of input probes, characterised in that at least one of said pair of input probes has no direct electrical contact with said ob ...


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Clark Terence D, Prance Robert J, Harland Christopher J: Electrodynamic sensors and applications thereof. Clark Terence D, Prance Robert J, Harland Christopher J, September 1, 2004: EP1451595-A2 (1 worldwide citation)


An electrodynamic sensor comprises a high input impedance electrometer adapted to measure small electrical potentials originating from an object under test and having a pair of input probes, characterised in that at least one of said pair of input probes has no direct electrical contact with said ob ...


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Clark Terence D, Prance Robert J, Prance Robert J: Electrodynamic sensors and applications thereof. Clark Terence D, Prance Robert J, Prance Robert J, June 16, 2003: TW200300664


An electrodynamic sensor comprises a high input impedance electrometer adapted to measure small electrical potentials originating from an object under test and having a pair of input probes, characterised in that at least one of said pair of input probes has no direct electrical contact with said ob ...



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