L04_Frequency Response & Smith Chart_Sp11

# L l1 r l10 nh at infinite frequency r r1 r10 ohm term

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L L1 R= L=1.0 nH At infinite frequency? R R1 R=10 Ohm Term Term1 Z=50 Ohm Num=1 C C1 C=1.0 pF frequency? R R2 R=10 Ohm C C2 C=1 0 pF Term Term2 Z 50 Ohm Num=2 S_Param SP1 S-PARAMETERS C 1.0 pF Z=50 Ohm Step=0.1 GHz Stop=60.5 GHz Start=6.0 GHz

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Frequency Response L Input Reflection Coefficient R Term C L1 R= L=1.0 nH 1) 2) R1 R=10 Ohm Term1 Z=50 Ohm Num=1 C1 C=1.0 pF S(1,1 S(2,2 R R2 R=10 Ohm C C2 C=1.0 pF Term Term2 Z=50 Ohm Num=2 freq (0.0000 Hz to 600.5GHz) S_Param SP1 St 600 5 GH Start=.0 GHz S-PARAMETERS Step=0.1 GHz Stop=600.5 GHz
Frequency Response L Input Reflection Coefficient B= -1 / L R Term T 1 L1 R= L=1.0 nH Increasing frequency L R1 R=10 Ohm Term1 Z=50 Ohm Num=1 S(1,1) S(2,2) Negative B Term Term2 L2 R= L=1.0 nH R R2 Positive B S_Param SP1 S-PARAMETERS Z=50 Ohm Num=2 R=100 Ohm freq (1.000GHz to 8.000GHz) Short! Step=0.1 GHz Stop=8 GHz Start=1.0 GHz Parallel Circuit --- easier to interpret on Y chart Two curves are on constant g-circles

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Frequency Response Select “Both”
Frequency Response Input Reflection Coefficient B= C C C1 C=1.0 pF R Term m1 Negative B R1 R=10 Ohm Term1 Z=50 Ohm Num=1 freq= m1=0.385 / -43.971 impedance = Z0 * (1.434 - j0.901 1.000GHz S(1,1) S(2,2) m1 C C2 C=1.0 pF Term Term2 R Positive B S Param S-PARAMETERS Z=50 Ohm Num=2 R2 R=100 Ohm freq (1.000GHz to 7.000GHz) S_Param SP1 Step=0.1 GHz Stop=7 GHz Start=1.0 GHz Two curves are on constant g-circles

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Frequency Response L Input Reflection Coefficient R C L1 R= L=1.0 nH Term Term1 m1 freq= m1=0.894 / 169.671 i d Z0 * (0 057 j0 090 1.000GHz 1 R1 R=10 Ohm C1 C=100.0 pF L L2 Z=50 Ohm Num=1 impedance = Z0 * (0.057 + j0.090 S(1,1) S(2,2) m1 R R2 Term Term2 R= L=1.0 nH S_Param SP1 S-PARAMETERS R=10 Ohm Z=50 Ohm Num=2 freq (100.0MHz to 8.000GHz) At DC one goes to an open the other to a short Step=0.1 GHz Stop=8 GHz Start=.1 GHz At DC, one goes to an open, the other to a short At infinite frequency they both approach r=0.2
Frequency Response R L C C1 C=1.0 pF Term Input Reflection Coefficient R1 R=100 Ohm L1 R= L=.10 nH Term1 Z=50 Ohm Num=1 m1 freq= m1=0.385 / -43.971 impedance = Z0 * (1.434 - j0.901 1.000GHz ) ) R Term C C2 C=1.0 pF S(1,1 S(2,2 m1 S-PARAMETERS R2 R=100 Ohm Term2 Z=50 Ohm Num=2 freq (1 000GHz to 70 00GHz) S_Param SP1 Step=0.1 GHz Stop=70 GHz Start=1.0 GHz freq (1.000GHz to 70.00GHz)

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Frequency Response Input Reflection Coefficient Input Reflection Coefficient R R1 R=100 Ohm C C3 C=1.0 pF Term Term1 Z=50 Ohm Num=1 C C4 C=1.0 pF R R2 R=100 Ohm Term Term2 Z=50 Ohm Num=2 L L2 R= L=1 nH m1 freq= m1=0.763 / -25.863 i d Z0 * (2 000 j3 183) 1.000GHz m2 freq= m2=0.751 / -26.345 impedance = Z0 * (2.000 - j3.057)
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• Spring '10
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• Frequency, Impedance, ohm, Electrical resistance, Impedance matching, Reflection coefficient, Smith chart

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