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Post subject: y-parameters FET Model Posted: Sun Jul 31, 2005 7:37 pm
I'm working on a FET model with three external nodes as opposed to two nodes. So, there are three ports. I'm using matrix reduction technique to get the 3-port y-param, meaning I label all the nodes in the model circuit and write down their respective y-params, then doing matrix reduction to get a 3x3 matrix from an 8x8 matrix because the model has 8 nodes. Anyway, I can't seem to recall what y-param is for a current source. I'm not a professional working in an industry so I'm not exactly sure where to look for a reference. I've tried several books and google but haven't been successful. Anyone has an idea about my problem. Namely, let's say from node 1 there is a current source and an inductor connecting to node 2, like this:
What would be the 2x2 y-param for this?


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