Electronic calibration is the fastest and most reliable way to calibrate your network analyzer, but you need an ECal to do it. An ECal is an expensive device, so it’s important to take special care not to damage the connectors during routine use. In Episode 7 of Mini-Circuits WaveSpace video series, we explain how you can use coaxial adapters to protect your ECal from wear and tear and how to extend the reference plane in your calibration from the ECal ports to the adapters.

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