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How to calculate the even and odd mode impedance in Momentum

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Hi:
anybody here could show me how to get the even and odd mode impedance of coupled lines in momentum?


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actually I find the reason
when you use differential port, the impedance you get is twice the odd mode impedance, whereas if you use common port, the impedance is half the even mode impedance.
 

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