for the other S parameters to be measured

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Similar arguments can be made for the other S parameters to be measured.

Source: "RF CIRCUIT DESIGN" by CHRISTOPHER BOWICK WITH JOHN BLYLER AND CHERYL AJLUNI

Could you explain about the grammar point relating to the use of "to be measured" in that sentence?

Here is what I can explain now.

1. We use passive "be measured" because "S parameters are things to which the action is done.
2. Why we need "to" here? That is where I get stuck. Thank you.

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