Measurement Techniques

, Volume 47, Issue 10, pp 998–1004 | Cite as

The possibility of reducing the error of measurements of microwave power by adjusting the resistance of the thermistor of the measurement converter

  • V. L. Voronov


A method of reducing the error in transmitting the dimensions of the unit of electromagnetic power from the working standards to the operating measuring instruments and the errors in measuring the power to the working instruments by improving the matching of the measuring channel is considered. Recommendations are made on the use of the proposed method.

Key words

long-line theory electromagnetic power measurement error 


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