(Training-PSC) Onsite RF Power Sensor Calibration Training

Training-PSC

(Training-PSC) Onsite RF Power Sensor Calibration Training

NAPISZ
  • Theory of RF Power Flow
  • Theory of RF Calibration Factor
  • How RF Power Sensors Work
  • Practical Calibration Hookups
  • How the NIST Calorimeter Works
  • Error Budget for Cal Factor
  • Uncertainty Due to VNA Measurements (or lack of them)
  • Demonstration of RF Calfactor Test Using Customers’ Equipment
  • Splitters and Why Gamma-G is Not S22
  • Calibrating High and Low Power Sensors

TEGAM offers onsite training on the topic of RF Power Sensor Calibration. The one-day class was orginally developed for the USMC in 2005 and was subsequently given at the MSC Tutorials in 2006. Since then, the training has been updated to keep up with newer technologies and has been given at the Measurement Science Conference every year, including twice in 2010. This training can also be customized for specific customers. The cost for standard training is dependent on location, syllabus, materials and demonstration equipment. Please contact our Customer Service Department for more details.