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Lumped components to microstrip lines

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Hello everyone,
I am designing a circuit using microstrip lines in ADS. I have a problem with transforming lumped components(capacitor and inductor) to microstrip lines. Can someone explain me how to do this for this particular example? Thank you!
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What technology is this, PCB or RFIC? The 434pH shunt is almost nothing, a single via might be enough as "inductance" to ground.
 

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