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Is it right for using cang_deg(S(2,1)) to calculate two ports phase diff in Ansys?

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Hi, gurus,
I designed a power split from port1 to port2 and port3.
Now I want to calculate their phase difference in deg in Ansys.
So I using this function: cang_deg(S(2,1))-cang_deg(S(3,1)).
I hope the diff should be zero.
But I found someone said that this calculation is not precise. They said should include S11.
I am confused.
Hope you can help.
Best,
Tony Liu
 
This can cause cross-cycle issues, and you have to make sure it's the same cycle first,This is critical
 

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