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  • | 4 University of Pécs, Boszorkány u. 2, H-7624 Pécs, Hungary
  • | 5 College of Applied Sciences, Subotica Tech, Marka Oreškoviċa 16, 24000 Subotica, Serbia
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  • | 7 University of Dunaujvaros, Táncsics M. u. 1/A, H-2401 Dunaújváros, Hungary
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Abstract

The presented multichannel measuring system working on various frequencies is suitable either for electrical impedance spectroscopy or tomography. The authors of this paper have developed the complete measurement system and a graphical user interface platform. The accuracy of impedance amplitude and phase are 1 ppm and 0.01°, respectively. The basic instrument works with 8 channels and can be expanded to 64 channels with the application of multiplexing or multiple parallel connected instruments in the same system.

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