5 CALIBRATION AND CALIBRATION KIT
112
5.1.7.7 Classes of Calibration Standards
Along with defining a calibration standard by a calibration model or data, the standard
should also be assigned a specific class. One calibration standard may belong to several
classes. The class assignment is performed for each particular calibration kit. The
procedure of class assignment to the calibration standards is described in section 5.3.4.
Class assignment to a calibration standards is required for specifying such properties as
the calibration method, the role of a standard in the calibration, and the number of the
port(s). The Analyzer supports the following classes of the calibration standards (See
table 5.4).
Table 5.4 Classes of the calibration standards
Calibration Methods Class Label Port
1OPEN
2
1SHORT
2
1LOAD
2
Full Two-Port
Calibration
Full One-Port Calibration
One-Path Two-Port
Calibration
Transmission Normalization
Reflection Normalization THRU 1-2
TRL Calibration TRL THRU 1-2
LRL Calibration 1
TRM Calibration TRL REFLECT
2
LRM Calibration TRL LINE/MATCH 1-2
For example, if you assign the class "OPEN of port 1" to the OPEN -F- calibration
standard, it will indicate that this standard is used for calibrating the first port using the
following calibration methods: full two-port, full one-port, one-path two-port, and
normalization.
Note Class assignment changes the labels of the calibration
standards on the calibration softkeys.
Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | DMCA Policy
2006-2021 Rsmanuals.com