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    Closed: Re: what is full wave analysis?

    Oops! I meant to say "in static the time derivative terms in Maxwell's equations are set to zero. In quasi-static, the wave propagation terms are instantatious (a good approximation if the bounding...
  2. Closed: Re: How to split S-parameters into two symmetric halves? For de-embedding.

    Thanks for the mention, Mazz! Mmrobles, please contact us if you'd like a trial license of ADS.
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    Closed: Re: what is full wave analysis?

    Full-wave is best defined by contrast to static and quasi-static methods.

    Static means simplifying Maxwell's equations such that there is no coupling at all between E and B fields:

    ε div(E)= ρ...
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    Closed: Re: Meaning of "Quasi Static"

    Static means simplifying Maxwell's equations such that there is no coupling at all between E and B fields:

    ε div(E)= ρ
    curl(B)=µ J

    With quasi-static, one form of coupling between B and E is...
  5. Closed: Re: Help on ADS

    Thanks for your interest in signal integrity applications of Agilent ADS We also have a Signal Integrity Tips blog.

    Hope this helps!
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    Closed: price details of hfss

    Agilent reentered the 3D EM market with EMDS. EMDS uses the finite element method like Ansoft HFSS uses and the now obsolete HP HFSS used to use. You can run your EMDS license either standalone, OR...
  7. Closed: Re: About EMI solution at chip layout stage and board/system

    There's an article on signal integrity at wikipedia .

    Agilent EEsof EDA makes EDA tools for multigigabit per second signal integrity analysis

    hth
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