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# p06-000803 - Procedure#6 Wireless Circuits and Systems...

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Procedure #6 University of South Florida p06-000803 1 Wireless Circuits and Systems Laboratory Procedure #6 Circuit Design Using Microstrip Lines in ADS This procedure relies on information contained in Procedures #1 and #5. The exercise outlines the approach for creating an ADS circuit schematic that uses microstrip transmission line elements as part of the design. 1. Creating a Circuit Design with Microstrip 1. Open your project directory so that you have a fresh schematic window. Click on File>Save As. . and give the schematic a name such as msdemo 2. Click on the Component Palette list pull-down menu and select Tlines – Microstrip . At this point you should see a collection of buttons along the left-hand side of the window, each of which represent a different element from the microstrip library. 3. The first ‘element’ we will place in the schematic is a substrate definition. Click on the MSUB button at the top, left-hand side of the element list, and place a copy of the element into the schematic. Double-click on the element and enter the following settings: H (substrate thickness) = 1.57 mm, Er (dielectric constant) = 4.3, Mur (relative permeability) = 1, Cond (metal conductivity) = 5.8e7, Hu (upper shield height) = 1e33 mm, T (conductor thickness) = 0.043 mm, TanD (dielectric loss tangent) = 0.022, Rough (conductor surface roughness) = 0 mm. Click OK. [Note: from this point forward, you can associate microstrip line elements

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