05189375 is referenced by 14 patents and cites 5 patents.

A technique and apparatus for measurement of resistances of 0.01 ohm and s without disconnection from the circuit. The invention is used for measurement of degradation in cable shields by measuring the droop caused by circuit resistance in an induced current pulse in the undisconnected circuit. The method can also be used for measurement of junction resistances in high current circuits such as auto starters. The invention allows measurements to be made with the circuits connected so that the faults are present in the measurement setup. The method includes inductive coupling of long duration repetitive current pulses onto the circuit under test, measurement and display of induced current pulses, and display of induced current pulses on an oscilloscope.

Title
Inductive cable resistance tester
Application Number
7/710200
Publication Number
5189375
Application Date
June 4, 1991
Publication Date
February 23, 1993
Inventor
John E B Tuttle
Falls Church
VA, US
Agent
Frank J Dynda
Saul Elbaum
Assignee
United States of America represented by the Secretary of The Army
DC, US
IPC
G01R 27/14
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