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Electrical-RF/Microwave ATNR dB Loss-210

Attenuators Set of 5 Power Meter

The intent of this ILC/PT is to provide a means for the participant to determine the appropriateness and effectiveness of participant practices, training, and measurement uncertainty relating to the calibration of RF Attenuators between 1 and 26.5 GHz.

This ILC/PT contains a set of 5 attenuators; each is a 20 dB, 3.5 mm device.

Participants will utilize their practices to perform 60 separate attenuation measurements, as they connect each device, perform dB Loss measurement at a predetermined four frequencies, remove the device, rotate the device per instructions, reconnect, perform measurements at the same four frequencies, remove and rotate the device again and reconnect to perform a third set of measurements. The average of the three measurements at each frequency is reported, and the entire process is repeated with the remaining 4 attenuators.

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Electrical-RF/Microwave RF-PWR-GENERATE-114

Power Meter

The purpose of this ILC/PT is to help the participating laboratory determine the proficiency of the lab generating rf/microwave power.

The power meter and sensor will be considered the standard for comparison of the customer generated signal. Power will be generated at 100 microwatts (µW) and 2 milliwatts (mW). The set points in this ILC/PT include generation of power levels at specified frequencies. Reported values will be acquired using the NAPT artifact to measure the actual power generated by the participant equipment. The participant will not adjust the power meter, but be verifying the actual values generated at the given set points.

**TRAVEL KIT: This kit travels with the RF-PWR-MEASURE-214, should you decide to also participate in the RF-PWR-GENERATE-114 there is a $100 fee.

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Electrical-RF/Microwave RF-PWR-MEASURE-214

Power Meter

The purpose of this ILC/PT is to help the participating laboratory determine the proficiency of the lab measuring rf/microwave power.

Two tests will be accomplished: 1. The reference power level output (1 mW 50MHz) will be measured. 2.Calibration Factors (%CF) of an RF Power Meter/Sensor System will be determined by applying 1 milliwatt input signal at five different frequencies. Reported values of CF will be acquired by measuring the NAPT artifact with the reference standards provided by the participant. The participant will not make any adjustments to the power meter.

**TRAVEL KIT: This kit travels with the RF-PWR-GENERATE-114, should you decide to also participate in the RF-PWR-MEASURE-214 there is a $100 fee.

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  • Maintain Accreditation
  • Ensure Technical Competence
  • Uphold Quality Standards
  • Monitor Lab Performance
  • Improve Processes