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[SOLVED] Difference between Simulators Momentum RF and Momentum Microwave in ADS

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Bou

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Hello,

Please; can someone explain to me what 's the difference between the two simulators Momentum RF and Momentum Microwave. ?

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Have you checked the ADS help?

qthelp://ads.2015.01/doc/em/Theory_of_Operation_for_Momentum.html
-> Comparing the Microwave and RF Simulation Modes

Momentum RF mode re-uses some of the coupling functions across different frequencies, so that simulation is much faster after solving the first frequency point. RF mode is valid for structures that are small compared to the wavelength ("circuit size smaller than half a wavelength") and do not radiate (or have very little radiation).
 

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Yaa I cheked that but I didn(t understand very well!!!

For a printed coil (f=200khz) should I use the momentum RF or the momentum microwave?
 

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Thank u very much
 

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