It’s correct to have three terminals only. The conversion does not take package into account so the die-pad input of the converted buffer is the 3rd terminal besides VCC and VSS. Users should connect package outside converted buffer themselves.

]]>The input signal passes through LOPKG and ends at N005.

Shouldn’t it be converted to ’ .SUBCKT name NDIE N005 NVCC NVSS ‘ correctly? ]]>

After switching low to high or high to low, the elapsed time since switching can be used to extrapolate the voltage. Current can be calculated or interpolated from the I-V table.

]]>I have a question about V-T. How should this ramp rate be used for calculate the output I? ]]>

Hi, Thanks for your comments.

You may find relevant info/script here at the P370’s git page: https://gitlab.com/IEEE-SA/ElecChar/P370

Our tool does show <100CQM for some suspect s-params. so the calculation should not be an issue. However, I do need to check what I have written in the post to make sure it's correct. Will put that in my bin list 🙂

|sum_{n=0…Nf-2}{R_n} | = |sum_{R_n > 0}{R_n}- sum_{R_n <=0} {|R_n|} | 0} {R_n}.

Shouldnt you be taking the sum of absolute values instead, i.e. the denominator is sum_{n=0…Nf-2}{|R_n|} ? Otherwise the ratio will always be >= 1 and thus you will get more than 100% CQM.

In addition, how do you compute the overall CQM of the S-parameter file? Is it the average CQM over all entries S(i,j) of the S-parameter matrix?

Thanks for your kind response.

]]>