One-Port S-Parameter Incident wave (V 1 + ) is V in /2 (as if Z in =R S ) Voltage at the input of the receiver is Z in /(Z in +R S )V in V in =V 1 - +V 1 + V 1 - =V in -V 1 + V 1 - = Z in /(Z in +R S )V in - V in /2 =(Z in- R S )/[2(Z in +R S )]Vin V 1 - / V 1 + =(Z in- R S )/(Z in +R S )
One-Port S-Parameter Series RLC with resonant frequency at Resistance at resonant frequency: R L
Design a Series RLC Resonant Circuit R L =50 Ω L1=2.4 mH R S =50 Ω f res =1 MHz What is C1 ?
Design a Series RLC Resonant Circuit R L =50 Ω L 1 =2.4 mH R S =50 Ω f res =1 MHz What is C 1 ? C 1 =1/(Lω 2 res )
One-Port S-parameter Power delivered to the load Power reflected to the source
Two-Port S-parameter Reflected wave Incident Wave generated by Vin Actual voltage measured at the input of the two-port network: V 1 + +V 1 - Actual voltage measured at the output of the two-port network: V 2 + +V 2 - Incident wave into the output port or wave reflected from R L
Carbon-Composition Resistors Carbon composition resistors consist of a solid cylindrical resistive element with embedded wire leads. The resistive element is made from a mixture of finely ground (powdered) carbon and an insulating material (usually ceramic). The resistance is determined by the ratio of the fill material (the powdered ceramic) to the carbon. Higher concentrations of carbon, a good conductor, result in lower resistance. The parasitic capacitance arises out small capacitance between carbon fill. More expensive than carbon film resistor.
Wirewound Resistors Wirewound resistors are commonly made by winding a metal wire around a ceramic core. The inductance is much larger than a carbon composition resistor Poor temperature drift coefficient Too much L and C to be useable at high frequencies
Carbon Film Resistor Less expensive than carbon-composition resistors Can drift with temperature and vibration A carbon film is deposited on an insulating substrate, and a helix is cut in it to create a long, narrow resistive path.helix (Partially exposed)