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 Post subject: [color=red] need help simulate a microstrip array on a cone
Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2006 9:41 am 
 
Lieutenant

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Hy

I have to simulate a microstrip array on a cone shape .

I have already did it on a cylinder but i have problem constructing the array on a cone .

even if i enlarge the mesh density the eror remain.

there is another problem fixing the discrete port if i have several layers.

thanks in advance

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nubbage
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Posted: Tue Sep 12, 2006 6:25 am 
 
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Hi

What simulation software have you used?

If the stripline is to radiate, NEC should do the job OK


 
   
 
bbvv
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Posted: Tue Sep 12, 2006 1:02 pm 
 
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[quote="nubbage"]Hi

What simulation software have you used?

I used CST .

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