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Method and system for monitoring radiation and rejecting noise

Image Number 5 for United States Patent #6627898.

A method of monitoring a nuclear reactor includes monitoring the nuclear reactor with a plurality of radiation sensors having spaced apart attachments to a radiation hard cable; providing signal processing equipment at each end of the cable for processing signals from the radiation sensors; establishing signal time intervals based upon differences in time of arrival of signals from the radiation sensors to the signal processing equipment at each end of the cable; producing a plurality of output signals each of which has an amplitude proportional to a difference in time of arrival of a signal to the signal processing equipment at each end of the cable; and rejecting output signals which have a difference in time of arrival outside of the signal time intervals.

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