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Integral measurement system design using HP's Advanced Design System

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2 Author(s)
Valk, P. ; Microwave Component Group, Delft Institute of Microelectronics and Submicron Technology (DIMES), Laboratory ECTM, Delft University of Technology, Feldmannweg 17,2628 CT Delft, The Netherlands Phone: +31-15-2784940, Fax: +31-15-2622163, E-mail: ; Tauritz, J.L.

The specification, realization and test of digital communication system components, presupposes an intimate knowledge of the impact of system demands on component requirements. This non-trivial task can be significantly simplified when simulation and measurement can be combined in a unified software package. An implementation strategy has been developed for introducing microwave instruments as models into Hewlett-Packard EEsof¿s Advanced Design System. One can configure a measurement system by dragging and dropping components on a design template. Using this implementation, measurements can be driven directly from ADS. In this paper we discuss the flexibility of this implementation with respect to Load-Pull measurements using a Maury Automatic Tuner System. This approach ensures flexibility in design and implementation of measurement systems and easy verification of simulations with measurements.

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ARFTG Conference Digest-Spring, 54th  (Volume:36 )

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Dec. 2000