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Data Items in RFDE
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on Sep 8, 2003
on Sep 10, 2003 by nacim1
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I know how to utilize data items with more than 10 ports in ADS, but how do I do this in RFDE? There is a way, right?
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Sep 10, 2003 5:39 AM
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<<The adsLib components that are named Data Items (S2P, S3P... S10P). ADS supports up to a 99-port S-parameter file, by using either on-screen editing or the component history list.
How can the same be accomplished in RFDE?>>
<<In RFDE and Dynamic Link, you will start by creating a new library called something like ‘LargerDataItems’ via the CIW. And copy the component like the S10P from adsLib to a new ADS cell called S20P in your new ‘LargerDataItems’ library. Then modify the symbol and the CDF. You will need to add additional port numbers and termMappings and change the componentName form S10P to S20P.
Here is how to do it.
In the CIW > Tools > Library Manager >, right clicking on the S20P component and select Copy, you will be copying the CDS info. The Copy Cell dialog GUI will appear be sure to select the right From Library and Cell to the right To Library and Cell. You can also use the "Tools/CDF/Copy" from the CIW window.
You need to do this for every n-port greater then 10 ports that you might want to use. ADS only have symbols and components for S1P through S10P; therefore, you have to custom create anything larger than that.
For RFDE, The ckt library used by the adsLib SxP components is the same one from ADS, and does support S1P through S99P. >>
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