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Graph impedance against Er with the Si6000b polarinstruments.com

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Graphing Zo Vs Er How to change axes in Excel so you can graph any variable you choose polarinstruments.com This tutorial covers:

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Please run through all the slides to give yourself an overview. Then launch the Si6000b, and click the surface microstrip graphic simply work through the example yourself. If you are not familiar with some of the features of Excel, you may find it worth taking a brief course to get the best from your Si6000b polarinstruments.com How to use this tutorial

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Lets see how Er influences Zo

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First drag this down to make H constant

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Now fill a series of values in the Er field

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Change the first two cells to 4.6 and 4.55 then press shift and drag to fill the series

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Like this

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This is the range of values you will graph

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Now set up the graph, right click this data point

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Select Source Data

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Select Series tab

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Change X axis labels from: $B$5 and $B$31 to: (Cells contain H) $F$5 and $F$31 (Cells contain Er)

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Now click here to set the new range of values:

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Edit the box that appears. To show the full graph you need to enter: $G$5:$G$31 Hint- look at column G and across at the rows containing the Data ( 5 to 31!)

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Click here

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O.K.

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Drag the formula, remember to position the mouse so you have a black cross in the corner of the cell +

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Remember to label the axis: Click and type: Er

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Now calculate and wait for the graph

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Whats this!

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An error in the table. Try correcting this yourself to see the expected smooth curve

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Thank you for taking the time to study this presentation. Please look at Si6000 for your application.ppt if you would like to learn more about building applications with the Si6000b ken.taylor@polarinstruments.com polarinstruments.com

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