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I want to insert multi-layer via into and I drew one using this tutorial. problem is that in the tutorial, they simulate via filled with conductor. What I want is a through hol
Dear friends, I am now going to design some antennas in 60GHz with the aid of HFSS version 12. In millimeter wave, the metal loss reduces the gain and efficiency of the antenna in real situration and the metal loss should be considered. However, it seems that I cannot set the metal loss in the simulator (HFSS). Please teach me if (...)
How you set the thickness of the conductor when using the "finite conductivity" boundary? Though "solve inside" option used to turn out larger resistance than sheet metal model, you need to pay attention to the thickness setup.
I don?t think exist a formula to find the exact influence of metal thickness on the patch antenna resonant frequency, but definitely it will affect the antenna resonance, due to changing the fringe field currents. EM simulation will give the best answer.
skin depth is the depth an electromagnetic wave peneterates a non ideal metal. for higher frequency skin depth becomes very small
simulation the ceramic antenna , is microstrip . use PCAAD 5.0 , TOP metal width 32mm long 23mm. cremic width 42mm ,long 34mm.thickness 2mm ground is 80mm *80mm pec conductor . ceramic Er is 50 the result(cavity model ) is center frequency 939MHZ use HFS
its thickness of metal /k
Did You correctly define the metal case around filter ? It is very important for this filter type. I don't know what analysis method use PARFIL to simulate the filter, but if it is a sort of circuit analysis (not EM-simulation), as I suppose - You can give not accurate results with PARFIL, due to this simulation method can't correctly allows the co