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An Application of the Power Equation Concept and Automation Techniques to Precision Bolometer Unit Calibration

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The power equation concept has been implemented into a multioctave precision bolometer unit calibration system employing automation techniques in conjunction with an automatic network analyzer (ANA) system. Using statistical methods the system is being evaluated as a calibration transfer system operating in the 2-12.4-GHz frequency range at 1-10 mW. preliminary results reported here show a single measurement standard deviation of 0.2-1 percent from 2-10 GHz. Upon a successful evaluation, the system will be qualified as an integral part of the national measurement system.

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IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 12 )