A technique is presented for determining the amplitude center or phase center location of a wideband Vivaldi antenna at measurement distances of a few wavelengths. It is based on the well known two-antenna gain measurement technique but makes the antenna separation a variable. The phase center separation is shown to be proportional to the derivative of a transmission matrix loss parameter which is constant and independent of the antenna separation. A linear least squares fit to transmission loss parameters measured at several antenna separations is shown to yield the antenna gain and phase center location.