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how to simulate a PIN diode in CST?

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does the R mean forward resistance ,
Gs the reciprocal of reverse resistance,
C the reverse capacitance(about 0.15pF)?
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Hi ljx,
Have you simulated pin diode in CST?

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prafuldeo said:
Hi ljx,
Have you simulated pin diode in CST?

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I didn't use a diode model in CST directly but using a R for open and a C for switch off .
 

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And what about the biasing circuits?? did you simulated those to along with diode for more accurate results?
 

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prafuldeo said:
And what about the biasing circuits?? did you simulated those to along with diode for more accurate results?
Yes, I do think they should be included
 

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