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378-1986 - IEEE Standard on Network Analyzers (100 kHz to 18 GHz)

Description: This standard was written for users and manufacturers of automatic network analyzers. The purpose of the standard is to provide common terminology, to give performance parameters required for describing and specifying network analyzers, and to provide assistance in verifying performance. Automatic network analyzers are used to measure complex reflection and transmission characteristics of oneand two-port devices at radio and microwave frequencies. Measurement uncertainties are a function of both the magnitude and phase angle of the device under test as well as the frequency. This standard specifies a set of useful reference networks or standard devices that may be used for verification. A network analyzer as considered is any system that measures two-port transmission or one-port reflection of multiports. A wide variety of attention and impedance measurement equipment is of concern.
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