@article {2012,
	title = {High Voltage Stability Measurements},
	journal = {Electrotechnics \& Electronics},
	volume = {47},
	year = {2012},
	pages = {75-78},
	publisher = {The Union of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications},
	chapter = {75},
	address = {Sofia, Bulgaria},
	abstract = {Stability of the accelerating voltage is essential for the correct operation of electron-optical devices. Any periodic and/or random changes in the high-voltage alters the energy of the electrons; thus, affecting their trajectories and resulting in a blurred beam spot. This paper deals with the design of a precise voltage divider for accurate high-voltage measurements (up to 120 kilovolts). A resistive divider enables voltage measurements in the sub-hertz band. An additional capacitance divider allows for the quantification of both the AC ripple and noise voltages in the 25 Hz to 100 kHz band. },
	keywords = {high voltage, measurement, stability},
	issn = {0861-4717},
	author = {Martin Zoba{\v c} and Ivan Vl{\v c}ek and Stanislav {\v S}idlo and Ivo Ungerman}
}