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MAGMinisterio de Agricultura y Ganaderia (Ecuador)
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MAGMyelin-Associated Glycoprotein
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MAGMen's Artistic Gymnastics
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MAGMaster of Agriculture
MAGMinimum Annual Guarantee
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MAGMidwest Air Group, Inc.
MAGMid-Atlantic Group (Hardy Plant Society)
MAGMothers Against Guns (England)
MAGMilitary Airlift Group
MAGMothers and Men against Gangs (California)
MAGMetal Arc Gas (welding)
MAGMaximum Absorption Garment (NASA, astronaut diaper)
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MAGMainzer Aufbaugesellschaft mbH
MAGMission Assurance Guidelines
MAGMadares al Ghad (Schools of Tomorrow; educational program; United Arab Emirates)
MAGMicrowave Application Group
MAGMaritime Action Group
MAGMutual Assistance Group
MAGMiddle Aged Gamers (gaming clan)
MAGMilitary Accountant General
MAGMetropolitan Area Gateway
MAGMaster of Applied Geography
MAGMouvement pour les Assises de la Gauche (French: Mouvement for the Conference of the Left, Senegal)
MAGMilitary Advisory/Assistance Group
MAGMajor Accounts Group
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MAGMessage Assessment Group
MAGMarine Aircraft/Air Group
MAGMarine Activity Group
MAGMNC Allotment Group
MAGMarine Activity Group (TWG/TAT-14)
MAGminimum allowed gain
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Hence, the magnetic anomaly [DELTA]B measured by a scalar magnetometer can be given as follows:
MTi-G has thin film magneto resistive onboard magnetometer [9].
The magnetometer team is based at Imperial College, London, UK.
The accelerometer readings provide pitch and roll angle information which is used to correct the magnetometer data.
Therefore, upon the findings mentioned, as well as with considerations of [9], the prototype of a special low-power sensor node was developed embedding magnetometer as the main sensing tool for the vehicle's presence monitoring.
A larger k helps to reduce the error induced by [delta][[omega].sup.b.sub.m], but it also increases the bandwidth of the low-pass filter in (4), leading to poor suppression of accelerometer noises and magnetometer noises.
In this paper, we describe the principle of operation of an Mx-configuration-based optically pumped quantum magnetometer and demonstrate experimentally the dependence of its sensitivity and bandwidth upon the light power and the alkali vapor temperature.
The organic semiconductor-based spintronic magnetometer detects fields in the intermediate-to-strong range, so while it won't be useful in magnetic resonance imaging, where sensitivity to low-level fields is crucial, the research team, headed by physicist Christoph Boehme, believes a cheap and robust magnetometer could find use in everyday devices from cell phones to GPS systems.
Magnetometer manufacturers recommend mapping the magnetism in your aircraft before installing your equipment, to be sure that transient or permanent errors won't crop up.