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Hello, I would like to ask if anyone knows how to extract the Noise Parameters from the s2p file in Matlab?
Somehow I remember a setup in an @DS example that allows you to input s2p parameters for a 4 port device and it calculates the s4p parameters. I can't seem to find it. Does anyone know where it is? tnx
You probably didn't notice, but ftn appended an example lib component comprised of behavioral controlled sources, defined in frequency domain by a FREQ statement. They are essentially one-to-one conversions of the s2p file and in so far don't involve complicated operations. But the usability of frequency domain models with only a few data po
@ CST library are spice par. Much better and accurate use like box s2p. Otherwise transistor is good and cheap, below 1$. Only for attention, exists not correct s par for these transistor. For example s21 grooving ( excitation in a dut )above 20GHz and so on. It should be monotone and logic curves. We made some device up to 40GHz.
on the program you used to simulate the antenna, there is probably a way for it to also plot s2p files as a circuit element. So measure your antenna, save the data in an .s2p file, go to your simulaton program, and plot both the sim and measured on the same graph.
When I am simulating s2p file. How can I know the Z0 from this s2p file ?? My simulation tool is Agilent ADS.
What filetype do you have? If it is *.s2p file. you can use 2port model in ADS data item.And you should have a correct path with you data file. It you don't have s2p files. you can write a s2p file manually.There is a example in ADS2003/example/tutorial/Advckt .I can not remmember clearily , it is (...)
I am using MW Office (AWR) for plotting anything. Just, export the data in s2p format for example, and plot it. After exporting, AWR has a very pewerful graph tool that I have ever met. You can customize anything. Colors, axis, line weights, legend, limits, etc... I suggest you to use awr. regards, lkuzu