A fast method of calculating noise parameters and its sensitivities [linear multiport circuits]

Marek Schmidt-Szałowski

Abstract

A new method of calculating signal and noise parameters of linear circuits is based on the nodal circuit approach adapted to facilitate analysis of multiport circuits. Instead of the noise correlation matrix a new efficient matrix description of noise properties, the so called real noise matrix, is used. The new method does not require calculation of the transfer function matrix because the real noise matrix and the admittance matrix are calculated simultaneously. A simulator based on the new method is much faster than a commercial HP MDS simulator
Author Marek Schmidt-Szałowski ISE
Marek Schmidt-Szałowski,,
- The Institute of Electronic Systems
Pages231-235 vol.1
Book , 12th International Conference on Microwaves and Radar, 1998. MIKON '98, 1998
Keywords in EnglishAdmittance, Circuit analysis, circuit noise, circuit simulation, electric admittance, Equations, linear circuits, linear network analysis, Matrices, matrix algebra, matrix decomposition, matrix description, microwave circuits, multiport circuits, multiport networks, nodal circuit approach, noise parameters, real noise matrix, sensitivity analysis, signal parameters, transfer functions, Vectors, Voltage
DOIDOI:10.1109/MIKON.1998.737953
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