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Microwave Network Analyzers - A Discussion of Verification Methods

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Author(s)

Ronald A. Ginley

Abstract

Verification of Vector Network Analyzers (VNAs) is very important to the measurement process as well as to establish confidence in the uncertainty of the system. This paper presents a basic discussion about VNA verification including what verification is, check standard selection, and different verification methods. Verification methods explored include: quick check, check standards, calibration at higher-level laboratories, interlaboratory comparisons, error separation, calibration comparison, VNA system comparison, and traveling verification kits.
Proceedings Title
Proc., Measurement Science Conference
Conference Dates
January 28-29, 1999
Conference Location
Anaheim, CA

Keywords

check standards, vector network analyzer, verification

Citation

Ginley, R. (1999), Microwave Network Analyzers - A Discussion of Verification Methods, Proc., Measurement Science Conference, Anaheim, CA (Accessed June 12, 2024)

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Created January 1, 1999, Updated February 19, 2017