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A Generalized Self-Calibration Theory for Dual Six-Port Network Analyzers

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3 Author(s)
Krekels, Hans-Gerd ; Institut fÿr Hochfrequenztechnik, Ruhr-Universitÿt Bochum, Universitÿtsstraße 150, 44867 Bochum, Germany, Phone: +49 234 700 6496, Fax: +49 234 7094 167 ; Schiek, B. ; Schweer, Astrid

A novel calibration theory for dual six-port network analyzers is presented. The strict separation of the procedure into an establishment of the complex measurement ability and an analyzer error coefficient determination leads to a closed form theory for performing a dual six-port calibration using a general TNA procedure [1]. It is possible to apply all known self-calibration procedures to a dual six-port. As will be seen, the well known TRL method is a special case of the genaral TNA technique.

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ARFTG Conference Digest-Spring, 45th  (Volume:27 )

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May 1995