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[Help] Metallic type in IE3D

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mwband

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Hi All,

I'd like to simulate a stacked microstrip antenna with two different metallic types in IE3D. My question is how to assign these two metallic types on different substrate. Any comment is welcome.

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HI, mwband:

The metallic type is not associated with a substrate. Instead, you can assign a metallic type to each polygon. The default metallic type for a polygon is the No.1 type in the list. You can select those polygons you want to change the metallic type and select EDIT->OBJECT PROPERTIES and select GROUP CHANGE METALLIC TYPE to change it. You have the option to display the metallic type as a number on the polygon or as some predefined brush pattern on the 2D Editor. Regards.
 

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