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Hi everybody, ı am bs student and new at this forum. I supposed to design dual band microstrip patch antenna for WLAN operations for my thesis. I used inset fed for my design. Antenna operates in 2.45 Ghz (between 2.40-2.52 ) and 5.80 GHz (between 5.70-5.88 ). I obtained good directivity and gain values for the 5.80 GHz band. However, in the
How can i write this equation in the field calculator of hfss: P_{c}=\frac{ R_{s}}{2}\int\vec{H}_{tan}\vec{H}^{*}_{tan}\mathrm{d}S Where Pc represents the conductor loss.
I remember that Sonnet allows the user to specify if the current is on both sides or just one side but I don't know how hfss handles it. That "current ratio" is used for thin metal simulation only, where one subsection represents the conductor loss of top AND bottom side. In this case, the software can not find out t
Hi, I was wondering if anybody has resources or examples of how to simulate superconducting circuits in hfss. Anything specifically dealing with modeling of superconducting resonators would also be much appreciated. Thanks for the continued support!
Hello, Yes, you can add metallic losses in a hfss simulation : use impedance boundary conditions, and choose your lossy material (you can also create one). Best regards,
I met similar problem with yours. Have you figured out how to solve it? As far as I am concerned, the finite conductivity only can be used when the dimension of the structure is 5 times larger than the skin depth. So you maybe not use the finite conductivity condition here. And I tried several cases. It seems like the "solve inside" result is al
I design planar antenna for microwave imaging system 8mmX10.6mm by using hfss software and I got result for loss gain which should be less than -10 for 3-11GHZ . This pic shows conductor which has pink color and slot with white this shows wave port with yellow color [
Hello everyone I am trying to plot the radiation efficiency of a patch antenna vs thickness of the substrate. I want to see the effect of dielectric loss, conductor loss and surface waves on the radiation efficiency. Does anyone know how to calculate surface waves for patch antenna with different substarte thicknesses. Thanks