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    How to run a Matlab code from ADS schematic?

    hi,
    how to run matlab code from ADS schemetic
    i want to desing a component whose s paramters are defined by a Matlab program/file
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    ads matlab

    check the matlab ads interface , but this option u will use the DSP engine of ADS "potelmy simulator"

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    Re: ADS-Matlab

    can ael compiler of ads compile the matlab file/code if yes then how
    & how to assign the scattering parameters for each port of my 2 port component model ?(in AEL)



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    Re: ADS-Matlab

    Quote Originally Posted by ommumm
    can ael compiler of ads compile the matlab file/code if yes then how
    & how to assign the scattering parameters for each port of my 2 port component model ?(in AEL)
    What do you like to do ?

    Cosimulation between ADS and Matlab is cosimulation of Ptolemy and MATLAB(not Simulink).
    If you want to use Analog/RF domain schematics of ADS, you have to interface this via Ptolemy for MATLAB cosimulation.

    Anyway AEL is not related.

    You can use S-parameter in Simulink as FIR filter.
    This is easy if you have RF block set in Simulink.

    In Ptolemy, model is unidirectional, so only S21 is considered.



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