LSSS instructs the Cadence® AWR® APLAC® HB simulator to run N-tone HB analysis so that one of the HB tones is considered small. The (N-1)-tone HB analysis defines the time varying operating point for the linear analysis.
|ID||LSSS control name||LSSS1|
|SSTone||Tone-index of small signal excitation||2|
* indicates a secondary parameter
SSTone. Defines which of the large signal tones is treated as small signal. The original N-tone HB analysis is run internally as (N-1) tone HB analysis + small signal analysis. Special elements that refer to the symbolic analysis frequencies, such as PHD-models, are treated so that their symbolic frequencies refer to the HB analysis nonlinear tones. If the schematic has 3 tones [f1,f2,f3] and SSTone=2, the 2-tone HB analysis is done with tone frequencies [f1,f3]. These two tones then define the large signal tones, for example, for a PHD-model with 2-tone data.
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