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5.1.6 Calibration Methods
The Analyzer supports several methods of one-port and two-port calibrations. The
calibration methods vary by quantity and type of the standards being used, by type of
error correction, and accuracy. The table below represents the overview of the
calibration methods.
Table 5.2 Calibration methods
Calibration
Method
Parameters Standards Errors Accuracy
Reflection
Normalization
S11
or
S22
§SHORT or OPEN
§LOAD 1
Er1, Ed1
1
or
Er2, Ed2
1
High
Transmission
Normalization
S21
or
S12
§THRU
§2 LOADs2
Et1, Ex1
2
or
Et2, Ex2
2
Low
Full One-Port
Calibration
S11
or
S22
§SHORT
§OPEN
§LOAD
Er1, Ed1, Es1
or
Er2, Ed2, Es1
High
One-Path Two-
Port
Calibration
S11, S21
or
S12, S22
§SHORT
§OPEN
§LOAD
§THRU
§2 LOADs 2
Er1, Ed1, Es1, Et1,
Ex1
2
or
Er1, Ed1, Es1, Et1,
Ex1
2
Medium
Full Two-Port
Calibration
S11, S21
S12, S22
§SHORT
§OPEN
§LOAD
§THRU
§2 LOADs 2
Er1, Ed1, Es1, Et1,
El1, Ex1
2
Er2, Ed2, Es2, Et2,
El2, Ex2
2
High
TRL
Calibration
S11, S21
S12, S22
§THRU or LINE
§ REFLECT
§LINE or 2 LOADs
Er1, Ed1, Es1, Et1,
El1
Er2, Ed2, Es2, Et2,
El2
Very
High
1 If optional directivity calibration is performed.
2 If optional isolation calibration is performed.
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