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KashanAS
 Post subject: Stacked Patch array design !!
Posted: Thu Mar 31, 2011 5:51 am 
 
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Joined: Wed Mar 30, 2011 12:12 pm
Posts: 1
Location: Sweden
Hi,

I am having some problem in the definition of the layers in ADS momentum. When i defined two substrate layers with same dielectric constant otherwise when i used slight different value then it will take the two layers

Here is my stacked patch design layers.

This is my design in ADS momentum with different dielectric constant. Can anyone have idea whats the correct procedure to define the layers in ADS momentum?
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Also i want to analyse my patch array in phi 45°. Is there anyway to tilt the plane 45° in ADS. Or what i have to do for this?
Attachments are the alaysis of my design on MATLAB.
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Thanks a lot and i am waiting for the reply

BR,
Kashan Ali
MS(Wireless and Photonics)
Sweden




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