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@kamalece â€ĸ 22 Dec, 2011
I need to simulate an antenna for 2.4ghz in 'multisim'. It has models for RF components but i could not find anything for antenna. Is inductance best way of simulating antennae?
@Harshad Italiya â€ĸ 22 Dec, 2011 Multisim has limitations that it's not accepting all the components. In that case you can use inductance but i think it will not give you exact information. Although give it a try.

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