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I simulate a SRR but i can not reach the good answer like the paper's result. would you please help me in this design? the title of the paper that i use is "Suppression of the mutual coupling between Microstrip Antenna Arrays Using Negative Permeability Metamaterial on LTCC Substrate"
dear I want to redo this article; "Suppression of the mutual coupling between Microstrip Antenna Arrays Using Negative Permeability Metamaterial on LTCC Substrate" i do the simulation but in S21 i can not get the result of paper's simulation so i add the 16 SRR but i can not get the result please help me 106863 106
Dear all, I am doing post simulation for a complex filter these days, as shown in the attachment, the green curve is with parasitic R/C without parasitic CC(mutual coupling between lines), which can coincide with presimulaiton results. the red one is with all parasitic R/C/CC extraction, we can see there is a dip @1.78MHz and a hump @2.24
I have 5-element λ/2 dipoles spaced 0.1λ apart (they all show in the model...I am not using the Antenna Array Setup wizard). They are all excited with 1W each and the port impedance for each is 73ohms. After simulation, the power accepted is about half less than power incident. When simulating one half-wave dipole alone with 73ohms port i
Anybody care to share a phased array project or tutorial in HFSS, preferrably one with a dipole and no use of Antenna Array other words, prefer one with all elements shown in simulation. It would great, too, if you can show how you solved mutual coupling between the elements. Thanks.
I have made a simulation of a network patch antenna (2-antennas) in both planes (E, H) in E plane: case 1: i simulate 2 patch antenna with (ep_r=10.2 and h(height)=1mm) case 2: i simulate 2 patch antenna with (ep_r=10.2 and h(height)=4mm) in two case distance between the two antennas is (lambda/2)...(fr=2.45GHz) i obtain in case1: S_2
Hi guys, I am trying to model an array system and considering the active element pattern approch to include the mutual coupling effect. For this I tried two different approches. 1) I ran a small array simulation with all ports setting and then determined the Z matrix using the CST. I took a stand alone element pattern and multiply it (...)
for concern on mutual coupling, we just observe one element and the near surrounding 3~4 elements. This concern is based on the mutual impedance calculation in "Analysis and design of coplanar waveguide-fed slot antenna array," IEEE Transactions on AP 1999. So it's the first step for simplifying the analysis of antenna array. If you have (...)
Put 2 inductors with serial resistances and assign a mutual coupling coefficient between them.. And also, you can connect parallel capacitors and other stray components as you wish.. So, transformers can be modelized with equivalent passive components
if you simulate the microstrip array in the same project, you can directly get the mutual coupling directly(EM simulation).
hi if what u want is the mutual coupling then try using linear transformer its parameters are the inductance of both coils and the coefficient of coupling k i havent orcad now to give u an example