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Post subject: diode rectif ads sim? Posted: Wed Jul 20, 2005 10:16 am
I want to
simulate my rectifier in ADS for different frequencies (0.1-3GHz) at different input powers (-20dBm to +20dBm) and
be able to receive the 1-port s-parameters and later construct an optimized match.
How to perform 1-port
s-parameter simulation for diode in ADS at different freq and power levels (-20dbM to +20dBm)?
Agilent diode model should I use? Is it correct to use the diode model from the component library (HSMS-xxx) for
have an "real" diode with included parasitics, package etc for the power and freq range mentioned above including
both linear nonlinear range?
Hopeful for constructive details and answers