I took the X-paramter class nerly 2 years ago, and have not had much time using them. I am now looking at it again, trying to understand the data file.

I understand the concept of spectral imaging giving the T terms vs the S terms.

But, in the classs ( Xp2 Lab), "In reality, we are interested in the response of the system when the small-signal occurs on the same frequency as the large-signal and/or its harmonics."

My question is, if the small-signal occurs on the same frequency as the large-signal, how do we get S and T terms - won't the response fall directly on the large-signal/harmonics?

Edited by: lcormier on Mar 15, 2013 8:01 AM

I understand the concept of spectral imaging giving the T terms vs the S terms.

But, in the classs ( Xp2 Lab), "In reality, we are interested in the response of the system when the small-signal occurs on the same frequency as the large-signal and/or its harmonics."

My question is, if the small-signal occurs on the same frequency as the large-signal, how do we get S and T terms - won't the response fall directly on the large-signal/harmonics?

Edited by: lcormier on Mar 15, 2013 8:01 AM