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MixerHBsetup (2-Tone HB Mixer Setup)

Symbol

Available in ADS

Parameters

Name

Description

Units

Default

RFfreq

RF frequency. Denotes incoming message signal whether it is intended for up or down conversion; must be a non-negative real number

GHz

1

LOfreq

LO frequency. Denotes frequency of local oscillator or carrier frequency; must be a non-negative real number

GHz

1.1

RFpwr

Power incident at the RF port; must be manually synchronized with source signal value at this port

dBm

−20

LOpwr

Power incident at the LO port; must be manually synchronized with source signal value at this port

dBm

0

RForder

Number of RF harmonics allowed to participating in mixing; must be a positive integer greater than 0

None

10

LOorder

Number of LO harmonics allowed to participating in mixing; must be a positive integer greater than 0

None

10

Notes/Equations
  1. MixerHBsetup extracts the behavior of a circuit-level mixer using a Harmonic Balance simulation. The extracted dataset can be subsequently used by the corresponding data-based system model MixerHBdata. Ports RF, IF and LO ports of the MixerHBsetup component correspond to the ports 1, 2 and 3 on the MixerHBdata component.
  2. MixerHBsetup can be pushed into for a view of the extractor implementation including access to the built-in Harmonic Balance simulator component. Note that equations and variables of the extractor subcircuit are referenced by name from parameters of the MixerHBdata component. Any user-initiated changes made to a specific instance of MixerHBsetup must be reflected in a complementary instance of MixerHBdata for correct dataset indexing for behavioral modeling.
  3. The use of this component is highlighted in the example project MixerHBdata_prj .
  4. The extracted ADS dataset is assigned the name of the extraction design by default.
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