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S-parameters

S-parameters are a useful method for representing a circuit as a ³black box´

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S-parameters

S-parameters are a useful method for representing a circuit as a ³black box´

The external behaviour of this black box can be predicted without any regard for the contents of the black box.

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This black box could contain anything: a resistor.com .S-parameters S-parameters are a useful method for representing a circuit as a ³black box´ The external behaviour of this black box can be predicted without any regard for the contents of the black box. 4 www.polarinstruments. a transmission line or an integrated circuit.

S-parameters A ³black box´ or network may have any number of ports. 5 www.com .polarinstruments. This diagram shows a simple network with just 2 ports.

com .S-parameters A ³black box´ or network may have any number of ports. Note : A port is a terminal pair of lines.polarinstruments. This diagram shows a simple network with just 2 ports. 6 www.

S-parameters S-parameters are measured by sending a single frequency signal into the network or ³black box´ and detecting what waves exit from each port. Power.com . voltage and current can be considered to be in the form of waves travelling in both directions.polarinstruments. 7 www.

For a wave incident on Port 1. Power. voltage and current can be considered to be in the form of waves travelling in both directions.S-parameters S-parameters are measured by sending a single frequency signal into the network or ³black box´ and detecting what waves exit from each port.polarinstruments.com . some part of this signal reflects back out of that port and some portion of the signal exits other ports. 8 www.

Can you explain? First lets look at S11.S-parameters I have seen S-parameters described as S11. etc. S21. S11 refers to the signal reflected at Port 1 for the signal incident at Port 1.polarinstruments.com . 9 www.

etc.S-parameters I have seen S-parameters described as S11. Scattering parameter S11 is the ratio of the two waves b1/a1. 10 www. S21. S11 refers to the signal reflected at Port 1 for the signal incident at Port 1. Can you explain? First lets look at S11.polarinstruments.com .

11 www. Scattering parameter S21 is the ratio of the two waves b2/a1. Can you explain? Now lets look at S21. S21 refers to the signal exiting at Port 2 for the signal incident at Port 1.com .polarinstruments. S21. etc.S-parameters I have seen S-parameters described as S11.

S21. S21? Surely that should be S12?? 12 www.S-parameters I have seen S-parameters described as S11. Can you explain? Now lets look at S21.polarinstruments. S21 refers to the signal exiting at Port 2 for the signal incident at Port 1. etc. Scattering parameter S21 is the ratio of the two waves b2/a1.com .

S-parameters I have seen S-parameters described as S11.polarinstruments. etc.com 13 . S21? Surely that should be S12?? S21 is correct! S-parameter convention always refers to the responding port first! www. S21. Scattering parameter S21 is the ratio of the two waves b2/a1. Can you explain? Now lets look at S21. S21 refers to the signal exiting at Port 2 for the signal incident at Port 1.

S-parameters 14 www.polarinstruments.com .

S11 = b1 / a1 S12 = b1 / a2 S21 = b2 / a1 S22 = b2 / a2 Note again how the subscript follows the parameters in the ratio (S11=b1/a1. etc. Can you explain? A linear network can be characterised by a set of simultaneous equations describing the exiting waves from each port in terms of incident waves.S-parameters I have seen S-parameters described as S11. etc.polarinstruments.com . S21..) 15 www..

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they have magnitude and angle) because both the magnitude and phase of the input signal are changed by the network.com .polarinstruments.e. (This is why they are sometimes referred to as complex scattering parameters).S-parameters S-parameters are complex (i. 17 www.

polarinstruments.com .S-parameters These four S-parameters actually contain eight separate numbers: the real and imaginary parts (or the modulus and the phase angle) of each of the four complex scattering parameters. 18 www.

com . How much gain (or loss) you get is usually more important than how much the signal has been phase shifted. 19 www.S-parameters Quite often we refer to the magnitude only as it is of the most interest.polarinstruments.

20 www. i.S-parameters What do S-parameters depend on? S-parameters depend upon the network and the characteristic impedances of the source and load used to measure it. if the network is changed. the S-parameters change. if the source impedance is changed. and the frequency measured at.com .e. if the frequency is changed. the S-parameters change. if the load impedance is changed. the S-parameters change.polarinstruments. the S-parameters change.

the S-parameters change. In the Si9000e if the load impedance is changed.polarinstruments. i. if the frequency is changed. impedances of 50 Ohms www.S-parameters What do S-parameters depend on? S-parameters depend upon the network and the characteristic impedances of the source and load used to measure it. and the frequency measured at.e. S-parameters are quoted with source and load if the source impedance is changed. if the network is changed. the S-parameters change. the S-parameters change.com 21 . the S-parameters change.

if the source impedance is changed. 22 www.com . if the network is changed. the S-parameters change. i. and the frequency measured at.e. if the load impedance is changed. the S-parameters change.S-parameters What do S-parameters depend on? S-parameters depend upon the network and the characteristic impedances of the source and load used to measure it.polarinstruments. the S-parameters change. the S-parameters change. if the frequency is changed.

S-parameters A little math« This is the matrix algebraic representation of 2 port S-parameters: Some matrices are symmetrical.com . A symmetrical matrix has symmetry about the leading diagonal.polarinstruments. 23 www.

24 www. that means that S21 = S12 and interchanging the input and output ports does not change the transmission properties.S-parameters A little math« This is the matrix algebraic representation of 2 port S-parameters: Some matrices are symmetrical. A symmetrical matrix has symmetry about the leading diagonal.polarinstruments.com . In the case of a 2-port network.

A symmetrical matrix has symmetry about the leading diagonal.polarinstruments.com .S-parameters A little math« This is the matrix algebraic representation of 2 port S-parameters: Some matrices are symmetrical. A transmission line is an example of a symmetrical 2-port network. In the case of a symmetrical 2-port network. that means that S21 = S12 and interchanging the input and output ports does not change the transmission properties. 25 www.

26 www.polarinstruments. of the S-matrix are referred to as reflection coefficients because they refer to the reflection occurring at one port only.com . S11 & S22.S-parameters A little math« Parameters along the leading diagonal.

are referred to as transmission coefficients because they refer to what happens from one port to another. Off-diagonal S-parameters.polarinstruments. S11 & S22.com . S21. of the S-matrix are referred to as reflection coefficients because they refer to the reflection occurring at one port only. S12. 27 www.S-parameters A little math« Parameters along the leading diagonal.

polarinstruments. 28 www.S-parameters Larger networks: A Network may have any number of ports.com .

each one representing a possible input-output path. 29 www. The S-matrix for an n-port network contains n2 coefficients (S-parameters).polarinstruments.com .S-parameters Larger networks: A Network may have any number of ports.

each one representing a possible input-output path. The S-matrix for an n-port network contains n2 coefficients (S-parameters). The number of rows and columns in an S-parameters matrix is equal to the number of ports.polarinstruments. 30 www.S-parameters Larger networks: A Network may have any number of ports.com .

31 www.polarinstruments. The number of rows and columns in an S-parameters matrix is equal to the number of ports. ³j´ is the port that is excited (the input port) and ³i´ is the output port.com .S-parameters Larger networks: A Network may have any number of ports. For the S-parameter subscripts ³ij´. The S-matrix for an n-port network contains n2 coefficients (S-parameters). each one representing a possible input-output path.

For the S-parameter subscripts ³ij´.polarinstruments. ³j´ is the port that is excited (the input port) and ³i´ is the output port. Yes i for output j for input ² logical .S-parameters Larger networks: A Network may have any number of ports.com . 32 www. The number of rows and columns in an S-parameters matrix is equal to the number of ports. each one representing a possible input-output path.-) The S-matrix for an n-port network contains n2 coefficients (S-parameters).

polarinstruments. ³j´ is the port that is excited (the input port) and ³i´ is the output port. The S-matrix for an n-port network contains n2 coefficients (S-parameters). each one representing a possible input-output path.S-parameters Larger networks: A Network may have any number of ports. 33 www. The number of rows and columns in an S-parameters matrix is equal to the number of ports. For the S-parameter subscripts ³ij´.com .

polarinstruments.S-parameters 34 www.com .

polarinstruments.com .S-parameters Sum up« S-parameters are a powerful way to describe an electrical network S-parameters change with frequency / load impedance / source impedance / network S11 is the reflection coefficient S21 describes the forward transmission coefficient (responding port 1st!) S-parameters have both magnitude and phase information Sometimes the gain (or loss) is more important than the phase shift and the phase information may be ignored S-parameters may describe large and complex networks If you would like to learn more please see next slide: 35 www.

com/index.cfm http://www.nsf/webmain/D2C4FA88321195FE8625686B00542 EDB?OpenDocument Other links: http://www.sss-mag.Eric Bogatin www.sss-mag.html http://en.com/devzone/nidzgloss.Eric Bogatin Online lecture OLL-141 S11 & Smith charts .sss-mag.microwaves101.polarinstruments.S-parameters urther reading: Agilent papers http://www.ni.com/tmworld/article/CA187307.com/pdf/an-95-1.com 36 www.com/pdf/AN154.reed-electronics.com .wikipedia.pdf http://www.org/wiki/S-parameters Online lecture OLL-140 Intro to S-parameters .pdf National Instruments paper http://zone.com http://www.bethesignal.

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