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Measuring the Capacitance Coefficients of Coaxial Open-circuits with Traceability to National Standards

Coaxial open-circuits are often used as measurement reference standards and can be found in most commercially available vector network analyzer (VNA) calibration kits. The capacitance characteristics of these devices are usually summarized in terms of ...

October 16, 2006
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Coaxial open-circuit standards are found in many of today’s commercially available vector network analyzer (VNA) calibration kits. 1,2 They are most commonly used as standards in calibration schemes such as short-open-load-through (SOLT). In this capacity, they are assumed to have known characteristics, that is, they are assumed to provide...
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