From: Knighten, Jim L ([email protected])
Date: Thu Dec 14 2000 - 14:01:09 PST
I have worked with ATN Microwave, Inc. in Boston (acquired last week by
Agilent) in extracting RLGC from s-parameters. I my case, I was using
differential s-parameters, so the matrix was 4 x 4, not 2 x 2. ATN has a
software package that does this that is based on the following reference:
W. Eisenstadt and Y. Eo, "S-parameter-based IC interconnect transmission
line characterization," IEEE Transactions on Component, Hybrids and
Manufacturing Technology, Vol. 15, No 4, August 1992, pp. 483-490.
I can give you a contact at ATN, if you wish.
Dr. Jim Knighten e-mail: [email protected]
Technical Consultant - Design
17095 Via del Campo
San Diego, CA 92127 http://www.ncr.com <http://www.ncr.com>
From: Djohan, Adrianus [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Thursday, December 14, 2000 1:02 PM
To: '[email protected]'
Subject: [SI-LIST] : s parameters to rlgc matrix
<< File: Adrianus Djohan.vcf >> Hi,
I'm wondering if anyone has success with finding an
equivalent RLGC element
for a set of s parameters. For example: Given a set of S
parameter as a
function of frequency (2 by 2 by f) as typically one would
get from a
network analyzer. What would be the method to compute an
element for each frequency, assuming that the RLGC element
is 1/nth of the s
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Phone: (978) 206-5175
(978) 264-4900 Ext. 175
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