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Strategies against 50 Hz mains hum on detector signals?
I'm having problems with a strong 50 Hz mains hum on signals created by photodetectors. I assume that they are due to ground loops and I realize that the best option would be to remove those. What are ...
Mar 19 '12 at 8:48
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