RF isolators and circulators play an important role in many RF communication systems. Electrical behaviour of each individual unit contributes to overall system performances. Engineers often monitor and test each component during troubleshooting of an RF system.
S-parameters are one of the most important information regarding any passive or active component for RF design, simulation and analysis. To ensure the accuracy and quality of the complex system, RF engineers often deals with S-parameters of many devices and components.
What is Radio Frequency?
RF is the lowest portion in the electromagnetic spectrum familiar as a medium of analogue and modern digital wireless communication system. It spreads in the range between 3 KHz and 300 GHz. All known transmission systems works in the RF spectrum range including analogue radio, aircraft navigation, marine radio, amateur radio, TV broadcasting, mobile networks and satellite systems. Let’s take a look on each of the RF sub bands and the areas of RF spectrum uses.