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A friend of mine is designing an antenna with lumped elements and diodes mounted. The spice model of the diodes can be found in the internet. In his design, he needs to choose a proper bias to achieve his goal of the gain or bandwidth of the antenna, or something else. I found that the EM Co-Simulation in ADS is very convenient in designing a project which has both PCB and circuit component involved. The field effect of the PCB, if it doesn't change, can be only simulated once even when we change other parameters related to components or devices any times we like. So if he just change the bias voltage other than the board itself, can it save some time to get the far field by using EM Co-Simulation?