Resistor
Model resistor for circuit envelope analysis
 Library:
RF Blockset / Circuit Envelope / Elements
Description
The Resistor block models a resistor within the RF Blockset™ circuit envelope simulation environment. For an introduction to RF simulation, see the example, Simulate High Frequency Components.
The block implements the relation
$$v(t)=Ri(t)$$
where:
R represents the resistance, as a function of temperature.
i(t) represents the current through the capacitor at time t.
v(t) represents the voltage across the terminals of the capacitor at time t.
RF Blockset current and voltage signals consist of inphase (I_{k}) and quadrature (Q_{k}) components at each frequency f_{k} specified in the Configuration block:
$$\begin{array}{c}i(t)={\displaystyle \sum _{\left\{{f}_{k}\right\}}\left({i}_{{I}_{k}}(t)+j\cdot {i}_{{Q}_{k}}(t)\right){e}^{j(2\pi {f}_{k})t}}\\ v(t)={\displaystyle \sum _{\left\{{f}_{k}\right\}}\left({v}_{{I}_{k}}(t)+j\cdot {v}_{{Q}_{k}}(t)\right){e}^{j(2\pi {f}_{k})t}}\end{array}$$
Resistor block mask icons are dynamic and indicate the current state of the applied noise parameter. This table shows you how the icons on this block vary based on the state of the Simulate noise parameter on the block.
Simulate noise: on  Simulate noise: off 



To learn how you can use the Resistor block to design output matching network, open RF Receiver Front End subsystem and select Linear → Output Matching in Radar System Modeling example.