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How to simulate differential devices in Genesys?
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on Oct 24, 2007
on Oct 29, 2007 by JERRY_MARKETOS
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How do I simulate balanced devices with Genesys using a four port Touchstone file?
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Oct 29, 2007 2:55 AM
Assuming the 4-port datafile represents a 2-port device measured differentially, use a 4-port datafile block to link to the datafile. Then use the ideal transformer model to connect to the datafile. One winding of the transformer connects to the differential datafile ports. Other winding of the transformer gets an input port and ground (or output port and ground etc.) Note the input and output ports for linear simulation are no different- they're just reference port numbers for linear analysis. Only difference is the appearance of the schematic symbol.
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