Media propagation delay and delay-rate induced by the water vapor within the Earth's troposphere represent one of the main error sources for radiometric measurements in deep space. In preparation for the BepiColombo and JUICE missions, the European Space Agency has installed and operates the prototype of a tropospheric delay calibration system (TDCS) at the DSA-3 ground station located in Malargüe, Argentina.An initial characterization of the TDCS performance was realized using two-way Doppler measurements at X-band to perform the orbit determination of the Gaia spacecraft. This work will further characterize the system by analyzing two-way Doppler and range data at X- and Ka-band for 31 tracking passes of the BepiColombo spacecraft, which were recorded between March 2021 and February 2022 during the first two solar conjunction experiments. The performance exceeds the expectations based on the previous analysis, with a reduction of the Doppler noise of 51% on average and up to 73% when using the TDCS measurements in place of standard calibrations based on global navigation satellite system data. Furthermore, the campaign serves as validation of the TDCS operations during superior solar conjunctions, with most of the tracking passes at low elongation now satisfying the Mercury orbiter radioscience experiment requirements on two-way Doppler stability. These results, which are in line with those of similar instruments installed at other Deep Space Network antennas, are obtained using a commercial microwave radiometer with significantly lower installation and maintenance costs.