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From: Max Foo
Subject: Re: Microstrip T junctions
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Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2002 12:01:12 GMT
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try Eagleware, you can download a free software demo at their website.
On Sun, 27 Oct 2002 11:17:15 +0000, The Technical Manager
>Dan Marquez wrote:
>> Hello. You might prefer to type "microstrip software" in the search engines
>> and see if there is a software you like. In case there are errors in your
>> calculations, you should always add pads around the transmission lines so
>> you can add (gap-weld) transmission stubs. Stubs are great for matching
>> mismatched impedances.
>I have access to EM simulators like Sonnet and HP ADS but was wondering if
>anyone has analysed and modelled microstrip T junctions before to the level
>that I am interested in.
>There are a few articles around about tips to improve T junctions like forming
>a slot or vee opposite the branch line or even increasing and decreasing
>conductor widths prior to entering the T junction itself but nothing dealing
>with what I am interested in.
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