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Traceability for Microwave Power Measurements: Past, Present, and Future

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Author(s)

Ronald A. Ginley

Abstract

The need for traceable microwave power measurements for use in communications, defense, spectral line investigation, molecular particle signature identification, material property characterization and others is well established. Traceability for power measurements was established many years ago, the primary method for establishing traceability for power measurements, that is stilled used today, was developed in the 1960’s. This paper will explore the techniques used for establishing past/current traceable power measurements and will also discuss the future directions for power traceability.
Conference Dates
April 13-16, 2015
Conference Location
Cocoa Beach, FL
Conference Title
IEEE Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference WAMICON 2015

Citation

Ginley, R. (2015), Traceability for Microwave Power Measurements: Past, Present, and Future, IEEE Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference WAMICON 2015, Cocoa Beach, FL, [online], https://doi.org/10.1109/WAMICON.2015.7120431 (Accessed April 16, 2024)
Created April 13, 2015, Updated January 27, 2020