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table

Display specified RF object parameters in Variable Editor

Syntax

table(h,param1,format1,..., paramn,formatn)
table(h,'budget',param1,format1,...,paramn,formatn)

Description

table(h,param1,format1,..., paramn,formatn) displays the specified parameters param1 through paramn, with units format1 through formatn, in the Variable Editor. The input h is a function handle to an rfckt object.

The method creates a structure in the MATLAB workspace and constructs the name of the structure from the names of the object and parameters you provide. Specify parameters and formats in pairs. If you do not specify a format, the method uses the default format for that parameter.

To list valid parameters and parameter formats for h, use the listparam and listformat methods.

table(h,'budget',param1,format1,...,paramn,formatn) specified budget parameters of an rfckt.cascade object h.

Examples

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Construct a cascaded RFCKT object.

Cascaded_Ckt = rfckt.cascade('Ckts', ...
               {rfckt.txline('LineLength', .001), ...
               rfckt.amplifier, rfckt.txline( ...
               'LineLength', 0.025, 'PV', 2.0e8)})
Cascaded_Ckt = 

   rfckt.cascade with properties:

              Ckts: {1x3 cell}
             nPort: 2
    AnalyzedResult: []
              Name: 'Cascaded Network'

Analyze the RF cascade in frequency domain at 2.1 GHz.

freq = 2.1e9;
analyze(Cascaded_Ckt,freq);

Plot the budget S21 and noise figure.

plot(Cascaded_Ckt,'budget','S21','NF');

Display the budget S21 and noise figure in a table. The table is displayed as an excel sheet once the user runs command in the MATLAB commandline.

table(Cascaded_Ckt,'budget','S21','NF')

See Also

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Introduced in R2010b

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