So I am starting to make my first RF circuit board. We will be using a PSoC4 BLE chip as the transceiver. I'm doing my best to follow their application notes, specifically this one.
I should add an RF test point so that I can tune the matching network once the assembly prototypes are built. However, I'm confused on where I should place it. Most of the references I've seen have said that you need two matching networks on either end of your 50-Ohm transmission line - one near the transceiver, and the other near the antenna. The test point should then go in between the two, on the 50 Ohm line.
I followed the app note suggested practice for using their MIFA antenna design, and I will feed the antenna with a 50-Ohm microstrip. But I'm unsure about what happens on the other end of that that 50-Ohm line. Does it terminate at C14 (referencing the above schematic), or do I continue another 50-Ohm impedance line all the way to the RF pin on the transceiver? Do I place the matching network near the antenna, near the RF pin, or near the middle?