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A Multiport S-Parameter Plotting Utility

sNp Viewer Software by pSemi - RF CafepSemi sNp Viewer desktop icon - RF CafeDave Watling , of pSemi, sent me a note about the company's new "sNp Viewer" multiport s−parameter plotting software that is available for free downloading on the pSemi website. It is provided as an executable file that installs the Runtime Vee (Keysight) framework needed for the program's operation. Look for the sNp Viewer icon to appear on your desktop (not in the Start menu) when installation is complete. You can drag the icon into the Start menu afterwards. My guess is this was a tool developed for internal use by the engineering staff and it turned out so well that they decided to make it available to everyone; it is quite handy.

The example screen shot at the right uses the pSemi* PE42430 UltraCMOS® SP3T Reflective RF Switch, which is a 4-port device with a .s4p data file extension. I wanted to use a device with more than just two ports. The plots would get really busy if the PE42412 UltraCMOS® SP12T RF Switch was used with its .s13p data files! Shadowed items on image are things I added for additional information.

* The datasheet shows Peregrine Semiconductor, pSemi's former handle.

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AAbout pSemi Corporation

pSemi Corporation is a Murata company driving semiconductor integration. pSemi builds on Peregrine Semiconductor's 30-year legacy of technology advancements and strong IP portfolio but with a new mission: to enhance Murata's world-class capabilities with high-performance RF, analog, mixed-signal and optical solutions. With a strong foundation in RF integration, pSemi's product portfolio now spans power management, connected sensors, optical transceivers antenna tuning and RF frontends. These intelligent and efficient semiconductors enable advanced modules for smartphones, base stations, personal computers, electric vehicles, data centers, IoT devices and healthcare. From headquarters in San Diego and offices around the world, pSemi's team explores new ways to make electronics for the connected world smaller, thinner, faster and better. To view pSemi's semiconductor advancements or to join the pSemi team, visit www.psemi.com./p>

Contact:

Colin Hunt
Vice President
Worldwide Sales
pSemi Corporation
9369 Carroll Park Drive
San Diego, CA 92121
Web: http://www.psemi.com
Email: sales@psemi.com
Phone: 858-731-9400
Fax: 858-731-9499

 

 

Posted August 6, 2019

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