[time-nuts] National Standards labs worldwide - specifically Australia
Dr. David Kirkby
drkirkby at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 03:36:17 EDT 2014
On 2 Jul 2014 07:55, "Magnus Danielson" <magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org> wrote:
> The authoritative source is BIPM:
Thank you. That is a useful resource to know of.
> which points to:
Thanks, that is probably what I want.
I am basically looking to find a paper on waveguide calibration of VNAs
with 1/8 & 3/8 wavelength offset shorts which I believe was done at an
Australian standards lab. I had no idea what lab, who done the work, when
Someone has kindly sent me a private email with a possible author who is
unfortunately deceased, working in a group which is now almost non
> Then you can check with them if they have the traceability for the
measurements you need.
I was asking about the 50 Ohm load just to try to find out what lab done
those sorts of measurements. I am actually in the UK on the other side of
the world to Australia, so don't need to get a load calibrated.
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