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NEW PRODUCT RELEASE: UncertaintyToolbox™ Version 3.33 is now available! Now compatible with Excel 2013, 2010, 2007SP1 and Office365 (Desktop Version). New feature provides full functionality with industry specific Custom Templates. Includes a sample Custom Template, used to estimate uncertainty of measurement due to RF Mismatch. This template is based on the White Paper titled "Revisiting Mismatch Uncertainty with the Rayleigh Distribution".
The included RF/Microwave "Mismatch Uncertainty" Template replaces the previously recommended use of the U-Shaped Distribution, as it provides a more accurate estimate. The complexity in computation of the resulting standard uncertainty using the Rayleigh Distribution, combined with its limited use in RF/Microwave Power measurements, made it the perfect choice for our example "Custom Template". We continually improve UncertaintyToolbox™ to make the task of computing measurement uncertainty for all types of measurements easier, Custom Templates provide one more tool for us to use in achieving that objective.Our Software User Groups Area provides support for QUAMETEC™ Microsoft® Excel® VBA based Metrology Software. UncertaintyToolbox™ is a trademark of the Quametec Corporation.
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One who capable in the design of measurement processes to meet specified capabilities and/or facilitates the development of the measurement methods used in measurement processes. This requires an understanding of the physics involved and the uncertainty contributors that are significant to the process capability.
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