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Surface Current in CST

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I had one Question regarding the scale values of surface currents in CST. Why is it showing it in terms of Ampere / meter ?Ampere/ meter in reality represents H field. I know H Field and current are related through Ampere circuital law but still the unit for surface current should be in Ampere?

Why is CST showing it in terms of Ampere/meter?

I will highly appreciate positive response?
 

Surface current density is A/m
 

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