A new software tool to model measured RF-data with optimum circuit topology
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KünyeYarman, B. S. B., Kılınç, A. & Aksen, A. (2004). A new software tool to model measured RF-data with optimum circuit topology. Paper presented at the 2004 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, 980-983. doi:10.1109/ISCAS.2004.1328361
In this paper a new S/W tool is presented to model measured RF data employing immitance interpolation techniques. This S/W tool also employs a recently developed sub-routine, which generates circuit models with least number of circuit elements by means of a novel numerical approach. Furthermore, an analytic procedure is introduced and implemented within the new S/W package to select proper sample-points subject to interpolation which in turn controls the interpolation error in the "near min-max sense" or the so-called "Chebyshev Sense". Hence, the optimum circuit topology for the given data is constructed. An example is presented to exhibit the utilization of the new tool. This new S/W package may be utilized as the front end to the commercially available Design and Analysis Packages such as ANSOFT, EAGELWARE etc.
Kaynak2004 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems
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