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

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The

reflection coefficients can not be determined using single or two points readings [

3Jj . In the measurement we recorded the standing wave picture of the slotted

line ...

The

**error function**distorts the periodic standing wave picture so, that smallreflection coefficients can not be determined using single or two points readings [

3Jj . In the measurement we recorded the standing wave picture of the slotted

line ...

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It can be approached in the narrow vicinity of the minimum place with the slope of

a sine function: sin/ 2{ix + C / = _ 2fJx + Tt- C /5/ and the ... We must get the same

It can be approached in the narrow vicinity of the minimum place with the slope of

a sine function: sin/ 2{ix + C / = _ 2fJx + Tt- C /5/ and the ... We must get the same

**error function**when measuring one-ports with different reflection coefficient.Page 87

We can see the curve of the

on the lower figure. The measuring result of a fixed reflection /its value|r|*0,05/ is

drown on the Fig. 3. The result obtained with correction: |f|= 0,04909, Lf= _ 78,6°.

We can see the curve of the

**error function**determined by the measuring resultson the lower figure. The measuring result of a fixed reflection /its value|r|*0,05/ is

drown on the Fig. 3. The result obtained with correction: |f|= 0,04909, Lf= _ 78,6°.

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