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Hi Vidhya, U havent mentioned if it is a planar or waveguide type of antenna. If its planar ADS is good, U need to define the substrate parameters and just layout ur design in ADS Layout window..!! ADS is good for planar structures. And if its a waveguide type, den i suggest u try a fullwave simulator like HFSS..!! So wt type of antenna (...)
Hello, I'm still unsure of what your problem is, so please take some time to describe what you want. I, and others, can't look into your mind. If you are going to use a simulator, I would recommend you to draw the antenna in the XY plane (so it is laying flat on a table). Z is pointing towards you, and you are looking on top of the layer that
hi i've simulated a PIFA antenna using HFSS and CAD FEKO. after that i installed a radome on antenna. after that i observed that maximum gain is increased!!!!in both software. what do you think? what may be wrong? i'm sure theorically gain should decrease !!!
Hi , I am doing my Thesis at design speed calibrator of doppler radar speed meter I need to verificate the reflector antenna spec.(the speed meter antenna) with software simulator (CST) but the CST software dosen't inculde this antenna model . Can some one post a Appropriate code at CST for parabolic reflector (...)
I am not sure weather you can use ADS for Sinuous antenna simulation. I really doubt. We have tried in HFSS Try using different port schemes available in ADS. check some sinuous antenna material on web & try the same.
Ideally the antenna matching circuit should be right beside the antenna. In your situation the best way to do it is to use a simulator and integrate that Txline into the antenna matching circuit.
Most of us are aware of the differences between dB, dBi, dBd, dBm etc. The problem is, CST gives the result in dB, which means the power ratio is not wirh respect to a standard antenna like dipole or isotropic radiator. You misunderstand things. CST and most other EM simulator give a gain in dB relative to i
hi I m simulating an adaptive antenna designed using IE3D simulator. I need to analyse the characteristics of the designed antenna for various frequency range(0.7-1GHZ),(1.5-2.2GHZ),(3.5-4GHz),(5-6GHZ) indiviually. Should i use common meshing frequency for all frequency ranges when i simulate each range? for (e.g) when i simulate (...)
Hi friends I thinks u should use CST. it's very simple to use. Ok. if u use cst, u can search folder I post in this forum. all example with CSt, when u watch it, u can use CST to simulator your antenna. Ok
Which simulator are u using? It sounds like u are using HFSS. HFSS has probe-fed patch antenna example in its fullbook. You can refer to it for the structure and dimension of the coaxial feed. In my opinion, the coaxial feed size is not fixed. It can be modified according to your needs. However, you need to make the characteristic impedance of the
The best in your case is to use an EM simulator and see how you can deal with a suspended strip feeder over a dielectric. I'm pretty sure, in this situation the strip it will radiate almost the same as your antenna.
hi all can u tell me which is better to design microstrip antenna hfss, cst or ie3d regards kartik
You need to simulate the antenna part and the rectifying circuit separately. I mean simulate your rectifying circuit using pspice/multisim and the antenna using rfsim/eMgine/comsol. If both the parts work perfectly, then you can integrate them. What type of antenna are you planning to fabricate. Is it a patch antenna or (...)
hi am designing slotted waveguide antenna but i dnt know how to apply the method of moment for each slot..i want to know the exact location for the placement of the slots where i can get the maximum radiation..
Since there are active and passive parts in your design, using ADS is preferred. Of course you can use Momentum for antenna but EMDS which is 3D simulator (and integrated with ADS and Momentum) is preferred.
Hi, I'm doing a project microstrip antenna using the simulator FEKO, and I would like to find a model of SMA PCB valid and consistent for simulations that can be used, is there anyone who can help me in finding the actual CAD values ​​of loss tangent and conductivity of the conductor to be used? Thank
i dont have any simulator at the moment. Try this tutorial for a single patch, using free software: I wonder if an array on (lossy!) FR4 makes sense. If you need high gain, better use a low loss substrate. On FR4, a single p
Hello members, am using Agilent ADS software to carry out performance studies on Mobile WiMAX (802.16e). My studies are based centrally upon the performance of Mobile WiMAX and on its use of Multiple antenna Adaptive Systems channels to improve network coverage, increase throughput and decrease the bit or pack
HI All, I am working on RFID Tag design. I want to simulate and see the response of the below: 1. I need to check how the RF energy is distributed at the tag antenna side. Since the tag antenna absorbs some part of the emitted RF energy from the reader, I want to see how the wave form looks like. Its a continuous sine wave. of course. 2. Th
Your line does not fit any of the types available in TXline. I have now EM simulated your lowpass and antenna in Sonnet. The good news is that it seems to work well, at least with the ideal components that I have used in simulation. antenna matching is ok (slightly offset in frequency) and the antenna gain is ok as well. [url=images.elektr