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Effect of Discontinuities on the Group Delay of a Microwave Transmission Line (Short Papers)
The problem is considered of the effect of reflections from discontinuities at each end of a transmission line on the group delay at microwave frequencies. Previous work is briefly reviewed and aExpand
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2-port λ G /4 waveguide standard of voltage standing-wave ratio
A new calculable standard of voltage-reflection coefficient and voltage standing-wave ratio consists of a quarter-guide-wavelength section of waveguide having cross-sectional dimensions differentExpand
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Microwave attenuation measurements with accuracies from 0.0001 to 0.06 decibel over a range of 0.01 to 50 decibels
The a ppli cation of cer tain power stab ili zation a nd measure men t tec hniqu es to t he problem of attenuation measurement has y ielded a measureme nt syste m wit h a stab ili ty a nd resolu tExpand
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Applications of Waveguide and Circuit Theory to the Development of Accurate Microwave Measurement Methods and Standards
Report issued by the Bureau of Standards over "the basic theory and analytical methods used in the development of accurate microwave measurement methods and standards" (p. x). These methods areExpand
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Mismatch Errors in Microwave Power Measurements
Expressions are derived for error due to mismatch when a UHF or microwave power meter is calibrated by comparison with a standard power meter. Three different methods are considered: (a) alternateExpand
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Impedance measurements and standards for uniconductor waveguide
A tutorial review is presented of the measurement of impedance and reflection coefficient in uniconductor waveguide. Normalized impedance in a waveguide operating in a particular mode is defined andExpand
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Magnified and Squared VSWR Responses for Microwave Reflection Coefficient Measurements
In conventional microwave impedance measuring the measured ratio of maximum to minimum detector signal level is ideally equal to the voltage standing-wave ratio (VSWR) of the termination. In thisExpand
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