Determining Resonator Q Factor from Return Loss Measurement Alone
It is not uncommon to want to measure the Q factor of a resonator. This might be to determine its suitability for use in a coupled resonator filter or to evaluate the performance of an RFID tag. Generally,this measurement is made with very light input and output coupling to reduce the loading effect of the 50 ohm source and load impedances. Coupling to and from the resonator might be done with two electrically short antennas or loops to couple to the electric or magnetic fields of the resonator.
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