EE5602_7_3P&MAP - 3-Port Scattering

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Unformatted text preview: 3-Port Scattering Parameters=321333231232221131211321aaasssssssssbbba1132a2a3b1b2b33-portN/Wmatchedandportswithinputabsmatchedandportswithinputabsmatchedandportswithinputabsaaaaaa213132,3113,2112,1111213132=========Transistor as a 3-Portcccecebcbceceeebebcbcebebbbcebasasasasasasasasasbbbasasasasasasasasasbbb++++++===++++++===333232131323222121313212111321sbbabacaebebcbbsccseescbsebscesbcsbesecabaeacbbbebcZ123ZZProperties of 3-Port Scattering ParametersThe nine complex coefficients are not all independent.Similar to the IAM, there are only four independent complex coefficients.If four of these independent complex coefficients are known then the rest can be found according to,..131313131========iijjijiijjijYYIAMfcssReduction from a 3-Port to a 2-PortCommon Emitter Configurationaba1eaeaca2ebbb1ebebcb2eZZZe=...
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course EE 5602 taught by Professor Wingshingchan during the Spring '10 term at City University of Hong Kong.

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EE5602_7_3P&MAP - 3-Port Scattering

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