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I occasionally need to import RF designs made in NI/AWR microwave office to Mentor Graphics PADS. I can export a DXF file easily enough in microwave office. PADS generally won't read these files, but I can use AutoCAD or SolidWorks as a middle man and PADS will import those DXF files. However, when I look at (...)
Yes this works but it´s just gives me a something like the shape of the filter which I´ll ´have later to fill with copper. Also the vias don´t appear on the layout. Can you give me a more detailed description cause maybe I am doing something wrong. I misunderstood your request. You need to transfer a layout from "Microw
Hello everyone I have designed a schematic in microwave office now i am going to create its layout but i have some problems i know the capacitance, inductance and resistance of my lumped elements but i don't know how i could get their physical dimensions and the other is when i want to export the layout which is created from the (...)
hello, i designed a LNA in AWR microwave office and used mikrostrip lines for my design. i have to place vias for my design (for emitters and for bias part). but i can't make this, could anyone help me with my problem??how can i place vias, add them to the layout, and connect them to the ground and get gerber files of my whole design including via
I am designing a filter by HFSS and the filter has to perform as equivalent circuit layout by microwave office....... I want to plot the result of HFSS and microwave office in one figure,but the data file from microwave office is not .s1p so it can not be plotted with result of (...)
I've designed a number of planar microwave filters (6 to 18GHz) in MWO and now need to get them into Altium so that I can lay them out as part of a larger circuit. Altium have a method for importing Gerbers and converting them to *.PCB files (they refer to this as reverse engineering) but neither myself nor the Altium tech support guy could make
I've designed a number of planar microwave filters (6 to 18GHz) in MWO and now need to get them into Altium so that I can lay them out as part of a larger circuit. Altium have a method for importing Gerbers and converting them to *.PCB files (they refer to this as reverse engineering) but neither myself nor the Altium tech support guy could make
hi friends i use awr microwave office. i designed circuit in awr microwave office and export gerber file of my design from awr and i imported cam 350 layer by layer i can see all layer in cam 350 but i can't see dcode in aperture for drill . awr export drill data as txt format can (...)
Hello fractalguy, AWR microwave office (MWO) interfaces to Zeland IE3D directly through EMSocket... just you need to select the EM simulator from the selection option in MWO... I have attached a tutorial document shows step by step procedure for interfacing MWO with IE3D... Also the other method is export the layout from IE3D as (...)
how to export file to dxf in microwave office? Any body know the step?
Dear Tot, You can export the design into *.dxf file. Then import it in another software as microwave office. From microwave office, the imported file will need some boolean manipulations as it will be imported as shapes. Then export to either gerber or pdf depending on the way you will (...)
If it's Gerber format you can import that into a PCB, then copy and paste into a footprint. Gerber is troublesome since the artwork is comprised of thousands of elements instead of a few polygons. DXF usually does not work since the polygons do not come in filled. If you can export in PADs PCB format (like microwave office does) then (...)
Optisystem 6.0 can do cosimulation with Agilent ADS via signal waveform data. The data contain time and voltage of each sample. Description of Optisystem: "This component can save files in the 'TIM' format. The .tim and files are signal data files in Agilent EEsoft ADS, MDIF format. They contain time-domain waveform data for defining the signals
I regret to tell you this but if you want to get reliable results do not use microwave office at all. I went thru all these problems several years ago and then switched to more reliable simulators.
Ladays and Gentlemen: How can I transfer the microwave office layout to PADS PCB file? May I use microwave office only to design the PCB of cell phone?