Modeling of a Differential Microstrip Line
Application ID: 108671
A differential line is composed of two transmission lines excited by two out-of-phase signals. This configuration is known to be useful to enhance signal-to-noise ratio. This example shows how to set up the differential microstrip lines using TEM type ports.
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