I need to measure the capacitance of something as accurately and as quickly as possible. I also need the method to be very noise tolerant and not depend upon signal attenuation. I've been looking at several different methods so far on how to do this and so far I have found methods like the UTI technique, and using frequency locked or phase-locked-loops. Does anyone know how those high accuracy capacitance meters work or know of any commonly used methods to measure capacitance?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Methods to accuractly measure capacitance

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