P. Mark Buff

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A dielectric composite is developed with permittivity ranging from 8 to 75 with selectable conductive and dielectric losses. The composite comprises gelatin, high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), NaCl, and water, and can be used to model soils, loams, and sands in the 200-MHz to 20-GHz range. A single-term Cole–Cole dispersion equation is developed with(More)
The through–line calibration family uses measurements of a through connection and an inserted line to determine the propagation constant of the line. This is typically used with measurements of a reflect standard to characterize fixturing errors. Subsequently, the S-parameters of a device under test are de-embedded. Measurement uncertainties occur at(More)
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