I new at all of this, so if I sound like I don't know much, well, that is correct. But I want to know more, and I would appreciate your assistance.
I've been working on a physics experiment at home that is similar to the Michelson-Morley experiment but uses radio waves instead of light. In my experiment, I am creating a standing radio wave on a Letcher Line and looking for very small changes in electrical output on the line as there is a change in vector.
I had a brief conversation with a physicist on a chance encounter and he suggested I use a lock in amplifier to look for these vary small changes in electrical output (in volts). I took a few notes and I have been trying to figure out how to do this. My career is medicine, not physics, but I really want to do this experiment.
I purchased the "Taidacent Lock-in Amplifier AD630 Module Minimum System Phase Sensitive Detection Weak Signal Conditioning Balanced Modulation" on Amazon.
Unfortunately, I don't really know what to do with it. In my experiment, I'm sending a RF signal down the Letcher line with an RF generator. I am not certain how to connect the RF generator and letcher line to the Lock in Amplifier. I am also not certain how to obtain the readings from the lock in amplifier.
As I said, I'm new at this and I'm interested in learning. It keeps my brain sharp. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.