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rigol

(ˈrɪɡəl)
n
1. dialect a ditch or gutter
2. archaic a circle or crown
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The measurement system consists of high-speed camera (Photron), voltage probe (Rigol), PC oscilloscope (PicoScope), and spectrometer (Jobin-Yvon Triax 552).
A DG4062 Series waveform generator (Rigol Technologies Inc., USA) (frequency range: up to 60 MHz; voltage range: up to 10 V), which applies a sinusoidal AC voltage for inducing the DEP force in the microhole on a single electrode, was used.
A voltage square wave with an amplitude of [+ or -]10V (20 V peak-to-peak), 50% of duty cycle, and frequency of 1 Hz (Figure 5(a)) was applied through a function generator, model Rigol DG1022, in order to produce the cycles of charge and discharge on the samples and eliminate the polarization effect.
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Then, samples were loaded on the reversed phase column (Agela, 5 [micro]m, 150 ?, 4.6 mm x 250 mm,) and separated on an L-3000 HPLC system (Rigol, China) at a flow rate of 1 ml/min.
(2) Sobre el concepto de demoniaco vease:Negre Rigol, 1988.
Rigol Technologies USA Inc.'s DG1000Z Arbitrary Waveform Generator with SiFi Technology creates a new class of instrument for engineers who need to generate arbitrary waveforms.
The Rigol DSA series of spectrum analysers, available from Telonic Instruments, is suited to performing near-field probing, conducted, and emitted pre-compliance measurements.