One day final project workshop for project stakeholders (TÜBITAK UME, Gebze, Kocaeli, Turkey, 25 April 2019)

(See the invitation and photos from the workshop. All materials from the workshop are in Turkish)







Training and workshop on RF power, S-parameters and EMC measurements (TÜBITAK UME, Gebze, Kocaeli, Turkey, 4-6 March 2019)

(See the invitation for the workshop. All materials from the workshop are in English.)


VNA Expert day (METAS, Wabern, Switzerland, 9 November 2018)



Coaxial S-parameter traceability steps

Reference plane definition

Coaxial shorts with rough surfaces

Air lines with rough surfaces

Connector model for VNA Tools II

VNA Tools II - Primary calibration

Best measurement practice in VNA metrology - hints for the primary experiment

Workshop on traceable characterization of pulse generators (INTA, Torrejon de Ardoz, Spain, 24 May 2017)

Standardization documents on pulse measurements and measurement receivers

Measurement receivers with quasi-peak detector

Calibration of measurement receivers with quasi-peak detector

Pulse generators - overview

Calibration of pulse generators - methods

Calibration of pulse generators – measurement uncertainty evaluation

Calibration of power sensors using the direct comparison technique, traceability chain, uncertainties (METAS, Wabern, Switzerland, 7 November 2016)

RF and Microwave Power Measurement (M. Celep, TÜBITAK UME, M. Hudlička, CMI)

Direct comparison technique (M. Hudlička, CMI, M. Celep, TÜBITAK UME)

Calibration of power sensors with an attenuator/adaptor (M. Hudlička, K. Dražil, J. Grajciar, CMI, M. Celep, TÜBITAK UME)

Uncertainty Evaluation of a Power Sensor Calibration (M. Celep, TÜBITAK UME, M. Hudlička, CMI)

Power Sensor Calibration Using a VNA (D. Stalder, METAS)

VNA Tools II course (METAS, Wabern, Switzerland, 8-10 November, 2016)

Only one presentation from this course is free for download. In case of interest in the full (3 day) VNA Tool II course, please contact Juerg Ruefenacht (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or Michael Wollensack (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Introduction to METAS VNA Tools

Monte Carlo method for characterization of diode-type power sensors (TÜBITAK UME, Gebze, Kocaeli, Turkey, 15 June 2016)

Introduction to the Monte Carlo method (George Krikelas, EIM/NQIS)

Power sensor calibration and uncertainty evaluation (M. Hudlička, CMI)

Some thoughts about the Monte Carlo method with stratified sampling (M. Rodríguez, INTA)