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 Post subject: Question about µWave's fcmax
Posted: Thu Jan 06, 2011 9:39 pm 
 
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Joined: Thu Jan 06, 2011 5:30 am
Posts: 1
When I simulate a combline fiter in µWave
cutoff freqency=20ghz, errors occurred and information displayed as below:

ERROR 1: Internal error in project [Combline.circuit_1]: Error for structure spres_31: critical order is exceeded by 166.66666667%
INFO in project [Combline.circuit_1]: Structure can be analyzed up to fcmax = 12.00000GHz
ERROR 1: Internal error in project [Combline.circuit_1]: *==> Execution Terminated!
ERROR 1: Internal error in project [Combline.circuit_1]: Error in subroutine destroy_qres: unable to (de)allocate memory
Program terminated with an error! ---Error occurred at f=1.800000 GHz [1.point]! Calculation time (0:00:00)

In order to get precise results, how can I modify the "fcmax" ?
Thanks in advance!




Posted  11/12/2012
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