June 16, 2023 at 9:30 pmbickySubscriber
Can S-parameters be extracted for a nonlinear passive device using the Kerr effect and a high-intensity pulse?
I'd like to export such S-parameters to Interconnect. I tried, and so far, it doesn't work if I use s-parameter sweeps in FDTD,
June 16, 2023 at 11:39 pmDevika Padmakumar NairAnsys Employee
FDTD cannot extract S parameter for nonlinear passive devices.
Can you share more details. What final device you are planning to design in interconnect using the S-parameter?
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