GAIN - Ideal Gain Block
|SL||Positive gain slope||dB/octave||6.0 dB/octave|
|SH||Negative gain slope||dB/octave||6.0 dB/octave|
|FL||Lower frequency for SL||Frequency||0.0 MHz|
|FH||Upper frequency for SH||Frequency||0.0 MHz|
|R||Reference impedance||Resistance||50 ohms|
Model for an ideal gain block. Gain increases to the user defined gain (G) at the use defined lower frequency (FL) at a slope determined by the positive gain slope (SL). The gain stays constant until the user defined upper frequency (FH) at which point, gain will decrease at a rate defined by the negative gain slope (SH). The upper or lower gain slopes can be omitted by setting FL/FH or SL/SH to 0.
CIRC - Ideal Circulator
Model for an ideal universal 3 port circulator. This model is frequency independent.
ISOL - Ideal Isolator
Model for an ideal universal 2 port isolator. This model is frequency independent.
CPLR - Ideal Coupler
Model for an ideal coupler. Coupling is determined by the coupling coefficient (c). Coupling in decibels is calculated as 20*log(c). This model is frequency independent.
GYR - Gyrator
|R||Gyrational resistance||Resistance||50 ohms|
Model for an ideal gyrator. This model is frequency independent.