NetMatch computes the mismatch loss in dB when matching from a synthesized network into another network, attached to Port B of the matching network. Port A of the synthesized network is terminated with the specified impedance. Note that this is not a return loss calculation.
|Network B name||Subcircuit||N/A|
|Port number to match||Integer||1 to 10|
|Include network loss||Check box||N/A|
|Impedance A (0 - > default)||Real||0 to 2500 Ohms|
Port number to match. Determines the port in network B to match against.
Include network loss. When enabled, the resistive loss of the synthesized network (in dB) is added to the mismatch loss, which causes the synthesis run to favor matching networks that are lossless if the measurement goal is set to zero.
Impedance A. When set to zero, the impedance is obtained from the Network Synthesis wizard's Network Synthesis dialog box Synthesis Definition tab Default A impedance (real) value.