Why we use Multi-Line TRL calibration?
Hello everyone, I have some queries to everyone.
Why we use multi-line TRL rather than single line TRL? (Only for increasing the frequency range or it also improves the performance)
Basically, is there any difference between multi-line TRL and TRL - except the advantage of large frequency range...
Is multi-line TRL works well in all types of transmission line?
Only the changing line after transition frequency (in which it extends 160 degree) is the main thing of multiline TRL?
Thanks to everyone advance.
Some multi-line TRL compute a frequency weighted average, thus if you overlap the lines, you won’t get the discontinuity at the transition frequency. Yes though, it allows wider bandwidth than a single line.
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