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DEMO DOCUMENTATION DOWNLOAD FUNCTIONS SCREENSHOTS SUPPORT

rfMaxima is an RF toolbox for the wxMaxima computer algebra system. rfMaxima allows for symbolic derivation, as well as numerical evaluation (incl. Bode and Smith chart plotting), of 2-port network (ABCD, G, InverseABCD, H, S, Y, and Z), noise and stability parameters. Derivations are based on the solution of the set of Kirchoff current and voltage law equations representing the 2-port. Expressions can be exported to HTML or TeX. Figures can be exported to EPS or PNG.

- Example 1: ABCD and S matrix of a lossy transmission line
- Example 2: Amplitude-frequency hysteresis in flexural-mode vibrating RF MEMS resonators
- Example 3: AT-cut quartz resonator notebook
- Example 4: Butterworth filter design
- Example 5: Class-D power amplifier notebook
- Example 6: Constant-k section analysis
- Example 7: FBAR notebook
- Example 8: Gm-C filter design
- Example 9: MESFET notebook
- Example 10: Equivalent input noise generators
- Example 11: Offset analysis
- Example 12: Capacitive fixed-fixed beam RF MEMS SPST switch notebook
- Example 13: Smith chart plotting
- Example 14: SPNT switch notebook
- Example 15: Lossy transformer analysis
- Example 16: Waveguide loss (TE
_{10}mode) notebook

- Import utility for Cadence Spectre and SPICE netlists

- wxMaxima [1] computer algebra system: Please assure that wxMaxima is working properly by calculating factor(50!), especially if you are using the Ubuntu 9.10 default install. If you are working on Ubuntu 9.10, please consider upgrading to Maxima 5.20.1 and wxMaxima 0.8.4-1 [2]

[1] wxMaxima. Available: `http://wxmaxima.sourceforge.net`

[2] wxMaxima on Ubuntu 9.10. Available: `http://help.ubuntu.com/community/wxMaxima`