You can use the 2–port behavioral models for link budget analysis. In this library, frequency-selective components are described as either lumped and distributed elements or as S-parameters.
|LC Bandpass Pi||Model LC bandpass pi network|
|LC Bandpass Tee||Model LC bandpass tee network|
|LC Bandstop Pi||Model LC bandstop pi network|
|LC Bandstop Tee||Model LC bandstop tee network|
|LC Highpass Pi||Model LC highpass pi network|
|LC Highpass Tee||Model LC highpass tee network|
|LC Lowpass Pi||Model LC lowpass pi network|
|LC Lowpass Tee||Model LC lowpass tee network|
|Coaxial Transmission Line||Model coaxial transmission line|
|Microstrip Transmission Line||Model microstrip transmission line|
|Parallel-Plate Transmission Line||Model parallel-plate transmission line|
|RLCG Transmission Line||Model RLCG transmission line|
|Two-Wire Transmission Line||Model two-wire transmission line|
|Coplanar Waveguide Transmission Line||Model coplanar waveguide transmission line|
Describes how RF Blockset™ software uses the frequency-domain parameters of the RF blocks to create a baseband-equivalent model for time-domain simulation.
Explains how the Input Port and Output Port convert Simulink® signals to and from the physical modeling environment during a simulation.
Explains how to specify amplifier and mixer nonlinearity in a physical system
Explains how to model noise in a physical system
Explains which frequencies RF Blockset Equivalent Baseband software models for each component when simulating a cascade that includes a mixer.
Explains how to model upconversion and downconversion quadrature mixers.
Describes how to add and connect blocks in a Simulink model to represent RF components.