This three-part series of the VectorStar ME7838G broadband system will describe how the VectorStar ME7838G can be set up to make on-wafer measurements sweeping from 70 kHz to 220 GHz. Part 2 will continue the discussion with broadband calibration and broadband measurement best practices. Continue to part 3 to close the series with a discussion on instrument attributes, calibration accuracy, and repeatability, and close with a comparison and example measurements.
This three-part series of the VectorStar ME7838G broadband system will describe how the VectorStar ME7838G ...
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