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if driven-terminal for multiconductor systems?

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Hi to all,

I have readed that in the user guide:

1. Driven Modal - calculates the modal-based S-parameters. The S-matrix
solutions will be expressed in terms of the incident and reflected powers of
waveguide modes.
2. Driven Terminal - calculates the terminal-based S-parameters of multiconductor
transmission line ports. The S-matrix solutions will be expressed
in terms of terminal voltages and currents.


The, driven-terminal is for multiconductor systems?. All the antennas has a signal pin and a ground pin, so... when to use a driven-terminal solution?

If I have a dipole (1 conductor antenna), is the same using a driven modal and driven terminal solutions?
 

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