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 Posts: 2 Registered: 06/16/09
X-parameter modeling
Posted: Jun 16, 2009 3:48 PM
 x-parameters are the new thing at Agilent and I know that they are promoting an instrument for acquiring x-parameters. My question is does the LSSP simulation model what the x-parameters are? I find no reference to x-parameters in the ADS help. I am very new to ADS and basically I want to know if x-parameters are a part of ADS or simply a measurement parameter.Thanks for you help.Regards,Willow
 Posts: 506 Registered: 12/12/05
Re: X-parameter modeling
Posted: Jun 16, 2009 7:00 PM   in response to: willowt
 Posts: 2 Registered: 06/16/09
Re: X-parameter modeling
Posted: Jun 17, 2009 11:14 AM   in response to: willowt
 thanks for the information. i visited the virtual expo and found out that the x-parameter extractor in ADS will be available in several months. thanks for the help.regards,willow
 Posts: 1 Registered: 06/26/12
Re: X-parameter modeling
Posted: Jun 26, 2012 10:46 PM   in response to: willowt
 xparam_x_1_AmpDUT.xnp (20.1 KB)
 Hello! I'd like to ask some maybe stupid question about X-parameters modeling. Especially about model equations (i.e. b(i,j) =.....) So. In the second sum we have subscript (k,l) != (1,1), i.e. it means that k index and l index cant be equal to 1 simultaniously. In my opinion it means that we do not need, for example, XS(2,1,1,1) and XT(2,1,1,1)... But if we look in the xnp-file (see attached file), you can see that we have both XS(2,1,1,1) and XT(2,1,1,1) Another question how to calculate manually the b(i,j) wave...... I've read a lot of papers about PHD and X-parameters and didnt find the information about it!! Can you answer on my question, dear colleagues? Thank you very much! Andrey.