## Theoretical and Practical Limits of Measurement Accuracy: 2nd Symposium of the IMEKO Technical Committee on Metrology--TC8 : Proceedings |

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The aperiodic error function of the line distorts the standing wave picture definited

by the resultant of the effective reflection

measured and own reflection

the ...

The aperiodic error function of the line distorts the standing wave picture definited

by the resultant of the effective reflection

**coefficient**of the one-port to bemeasured and own reflection

**coefficient**of the slotted line. We were examiningthe ...

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The equation /2/ gives the value of the reflection

which is the vectorial resultant of the one-port to be measured and own reflection

The equation /2/ gives the value of the reflection

**coefficient**measured on the line,which is the vectorial resultant of the one-port to be measured and own reflection

**coefficient**of the line. The already mentioned method with X/4 serves to the ...Page 245

This value raised to the square and the weight doubled are added to the number

of the effective influence quantities decreased by unity and the appropriate limit

normalized against the

This value raised to the square and the weight doubled are added to the number

of the effective influence quantities decreased by unity and the appropriate limit

normalized against the

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