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Representation of Microwave Two-Port Network

Representation of Microwave Two-Port Network

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The microwave signal and noise matrix analysis techniques are the basis of representation of the microwave network, and are the important tools of the radio frequency (RF) and microwave semiconductor modeling and parameter extraction. RF and microwave device, circuit and components can be classified as one-, two-, three-, and N-port networks. A majority of circuits under analysis are two-port networks. Therefore, we focus in this chapter primarily on two-port characterization and study its representation in terms of a set of parameters that can be cast into a matrix format. The definition of a two-port network is that a network that has only two access ports: one for input or excitation and one for output or response. This chapter introduces the important linear parameters (including signal and noise parameters) that are currently used to characterize two-port networks. These parameters enable manipulation and optimization.

Chapter Contents:

  • 2.1 Signal Parameters
  • 2.2 S- and T-parameters
  • 2.3 Representation of Noisy Two-Port Network
  • 2.4 Interconnections of Two-Port Network
  • 2.5 Relationship between Three-Port and Two-Port
  • 2.6 PI- and T-type Networks
  • 2.7 Summary

Inspec keywords: matrix algebra; two-port networks; optimisation

Other keywords: noise matrix analysis techniques; microwave device; one-port network; microwave semiconductor modeling; linear parameters; microwave two port network representation; N-port networks; parameter extraction; optimization; radiofrequency semiconductor modeling; RF device; three-port networks; microwave signal analysis techniques

Subjects: Algebra; Optimisation techniques; Microwave circuits and devices

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