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2xThru de-embedding 1-port device

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Hello,
is it possible to de-embed a one port device with a 2xThru de-embedding structure? The 2xThru de-embedding structure is twice the test fixture. To de-embed the 1-port DUT I only need one half of it. I know that the de-embedding algorithm splits the 2xThru in two halfs, but I'm not shure if transmission in the DUT is required for de-embedding.
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I need to characterize a match calibration standard on a pcb.
 

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