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[SOLVED] ADS substrate definition cover plane

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Hello,

what's the difference between using a conductor layer or a cover as ground plane in ADS?

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Conductor is drawn (finite size) and meshed, cover is an infinite boundary.

Typically the top or bottom cover is used for global ground, if ports have no other local ground reference.
 

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