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Defining silicon substrate for Momentum .. An example please

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Hi all,

I am trying to study ADS Momentum by myself to design an inductor. At the moment, I would like to define a silicon substrate in Momentum. However, I am very confused about this step.

Could anyone show me an example showing how to define a silicon substrate in ADS Momentum please ?

Thank you very much,

DYL
 

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Re: Defining silicon substrate for Momentum .. An example pl

Hi,

I'm trying to do the same exactly in these days: I should create two spiral coils with different biological substrates in between: skin, fat ... :!::!::!:

I know the electromagnetic properties of these substrates but I don't know how to put them in the layout, defining their properties....

One way COULD be: Momentum -> Substrates -> Create/Modify... but starting from this point I don't know what to do...

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Re: Defining silicon substrate for Momentum .. An example pl

Oh, thank you very much for all answers. I finally got some examples :)

DYL
 

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