I would like to know the sheet resistance of a metal mesh that consists of 3 larger busbars (W=0.0025 cm L=0.3 cm) and 10 smaller fingers (W= 0.0002 cm L= 0,16416 cm) which are all connected by a big collection bar. The thickness of the whole layer is 0.00. This collection bar has been interrupted for the sake of measurement as seen in the picture. The measurement of the small finger has been done with 2 point measuremnt at the points A1 and A2. The measurement of the busbar has been done with point B1 and B2. The finger has a resistance of 33.34 Ω. The busbar has a resistance of 40.8Ω. Usually one would measure the sheet resistance with a 4 point probe or with eddy current to eliminate the contact resistance, however i dont have the equippment. I dont quite understand how i can calculate the sheet resistance of a film with "holes" Sheet resistance is calculated by Rs = R*W/L Rs = sheet resistance R = resistance W = Width of the measured area L = length of the measured area To my understanding that would yield the sheet resistance of the finger or the busbar only (thus a continous film) Is it possible to calculate the sheet resistance of the entire mesh with my measurements? If so, how? I am not able to wrap my head around it.