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Use this link to get the dimensions of patch antenna: https://www.emtalk.com/mpacalc.php
For broad bandwidth you have to do some modifications in the str. like some slot or cut.....You go through book of ramesh garg for this or u can take help of papers also.
Although, its too old thread, but still I have some problem in my design using HFSS so kindly help in this regard. I am sending the HFSS file that I made. I s my str. dimensions and waveport size is OK?
Thanx if somebody comes up with the help.
I want to simulate a W band 50 ohms finite ground conductor backed CPW line. I am using HFSS . I am not getting proper result. My problem is on changing the waveport size , the impedance of the CPW also changes for the fixed dimensions , so how can I exactly get the CPW dimensions...
I saw your post in edaboard regarding finite ground CPW . I have also the same problem . I am using HFSS . I am not getting proper result. I want to simulate a W band 50 ohms CPW line. My problem is on changing the waveport size , the impedance of the CPW also changes for...
I am simulating a plasmonic nanostrip str. using freq. domain solver and getting this error message---"at least one propagating mode is not considered at port 1"
If i am concentrating only on field distribution, can I rely on the result neglecting the error occured.
Or anybody can suggest me...
What is the highest requirement in the system in terms of RAM size, hard disk required and other features etc. to run the simulations of HFSS, even for the lenthy simulations at optical frequency. If anybody knows then do suggest me. Actually I want to buy a new PC /Workstation, so want to get...
Re: need help in HFSS
Although, it is a much old thread but still ...can u elaborate how the field calculator can be used to find e- field at any particular point in a waveguide.
Thanx in advance...
firstly, thanx 4 reply....yes its much high freq. its optical freq......so far i hav sortd out th problem.....by putting freq. dependent value of dielectric constant and conductivity instead of loss tangent...hopes that HFSS has the features to get my final results.....Can u suggest whether...