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Time and amplitude statistics for electromagnetic noise in mines
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    Pittsburgh Mining and Safety Research Center. ; United States. Bureau of Mines. ; United States. National Bureau of Standards. Institute for Basic Standards. Electromagnetics Dvision.
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    The time and amplitude statistics necessary to adequately describe electromagnetic (EM) noise in mines are illustrated through computer software techniques. They are 1) Allan Variance Analyses (AVA), 2) Interpulse Spacing Distributions (ISD), 3) Pulse Duration Distributions (PDD), 4) Average Crossing Rates (ACR) , and 5) Amplitude Probability Distributions (APD) . These statistics are illustrated using data taken from a rather large store of raw analog data recorded in operational mines. The curves generated for the illustrations characterize the noise environment in the mines from which the corresponding data were taken, and should aid in the design of reliable communication systems for such mines.

    Sponsored by the United States Bureau of Mines H0133005.

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