These valuable features are hardly achievable using standard multi sine techniques. Here, even in the absence of interference, the response signals are neither periodic nor free of harmonics. In spite of the fact that monochromatic techniques have the better relationship between information density and time effort , it is sometimes preferable to use multi-sine whenever the total measurement time is crucial for practical reasons.
In this poster, a novel multi-sine excitation method will be presented that keeps the advantages of automatic drift correction and online error determination analogous to the monochromatic single-sine procedure.
Keywords: EIS, error determination, drift correction, multi-sine, single-sine
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