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5.2.10 Error Correction Disabling
This feature allows the user to disable the error correction function, which automatically
becomes enabled after completion of calibration by any method.
To disable and enable again the error correction function,
use the following softkeys:
Calibration > Correction
5.2.11 Error Correction Status
The error correction status is indicated for each trace individually. Also there is a
general status of error correction for all the traces of a channel.
The general error correction status for all the S-parameter traces of a channel is indicted
in the specific field on a channel status bar (See table 5.5). For channel status bar
description, see section 4.2.6.
Table 5.5 General error correction status
Symbol Definition Note
Cor Error correction is enabled. The stimulus
settings are the same for the measurement and
the calibration.
C? Error correction is enabled. The stimulus
settings are not the same for the measurement
and the calibration. Interpolation is applied.
C! Error correction is enabled. The stimulus
settings are not the same for the measurement
and the calibration. Extrapolation is applied.
If the function is active
for all the traces – black
characters on gray
background.
If the function is active
only for some of the
traces (other traces are
not calibrated) – white
characters on red
background.
Off Error correction is turned off.
--- No calibration data. No calibration was
performed.
For all the traces. White
characters on red
background.
The error correction status for each individual trace is indicated in the trace status field
(See table 5.6). For trace status field description, see section 4.2.2.
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