In electronics, Anderson's bridge is a bridge circuit used to measure the self-inductance of the coil. It enables measurement of inductance by utilizing other circuit components like resistors and capacitors. Anderson's bridge was invented by Alexander Anderson in 1891. He modified Maxwell's inductance capacitance bridge so that it gives very accurate measurement of self-inductance.
- Measurement of inductance by Anderson's Method By Edward B. Rosa and Fredeeick W. Grover, Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, Vol 1, No 3
- Anderson’s Bridge Circuit Globe
- S. Butterworth (December 1921) On The Use of Anderson's Bridge for the Measurement of the Variations of the Capacity and Effective Resistance of a Condenser with Frequency, Proceedings of the Physical Society of London, Dec 1921, vol. 34, pages 1–7
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