The validation for high impedance measurement has been well done.
The impedance measurement is one of the keys for designing the EOM circuit.
So far I was very struggling to measure the high impedance ( above several 1000 Ohm) at RF because the EOM circuit has a high impedance at its resonance.
Finally I realized that the measured impedance was suppressed by a parasitic resistance, which especially reduces the impedance at the resonance.
Also I found that we can extract the TRUE impedance data by subtracting the effect of the parasitic resistance from resultant data.
In order to confirm whether this subtraction works correctly or not, the impedance was directly re-measured with another analyzer for crosscheck.
The measurement has been performed with help from Peter and Frank. ( Thank you !)
By using network analyzer AG4395A with the impedance test kit AG43961A (these are at the PSL lab.), the impedance of resonant circuit with EOM was measured.
The picture of setup is attached. This impedance test kit allows to measure typically 0.1 [Ohm]-1M [Ohm] and frequency range of 100kHz-500MHz.
The resultant plot is attached. In the plot the blue curve represents the impedance measured by usual analyzer at 40m.
Note this curve is already subtracted the effect of the parasitic resistance.
( the parasitic resistance is in parallel to the circuit and it has ~7.8k Ohm, which is measured while the probe of the analyzer stays open. )
The red curve is the re-measured data using the impedance test kit.
The important point is that; these two peak values at the resonance around 40MHz show good agreement in 10%.
The resonant frequencies for two data differs a little bit, which might be the effect of a stray capacitance ( ~several [pF] )
The red curve has a structure around 80MHz, I think this comes from the non-coaxial cables, which connect the circuit and analyzing kit.
You can see these cables colored black and red in the picture.
( conclusion )
Our measurement with the subtraction of the parasitic resistance effect is working reliably !