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This paper presents a method for effectively characterizing the dielectric permittivity of nematic liquid crystals across a broad frequency range. These materials show significant potential for reconfigurable devices operating in microwave and millimeter-wave frequencies. To achieve this goal, an additive manufacturing technique is used to create a microstrip line that can be filled with liquid that acts as its substrate. The liquid crystal is then biased to modulate its permittivity.