A parametric approach to describe distributed two-ports with lumped discontinuities for the design of broadband MMIC's
Yarman, Bekir Sıddık Binboğa
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This paper addreses the use of mixed lumped and distributed elements in the matching equalizers of broadband microwave communication subsytems in MMIC realizations. Construction of two-variable scattering functions for lossless equalizers with mixed lumped-distributed elements is discussed. For the computer aided design and the simulation of lossless distributed two-ports with lumped discontinuity models, a parametric real frequency matching technique is presented. It is expected that the proposed tool will find practical applications for accurate representation of MMIC layouts. A matching network design example is included to systematically exhibit the implementation of the proposed approach.
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