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leakage inductance and coil PCB with Altium design

leakage inductance and coil PCB with Altium design

leakage inductance and coil PCB with Altium design

hello everybody,I have two problems with Protel altium design 2006.

- the first is that, I would like to know if there is a tool to have a leakage inductance creates by a track after routing (my PCB is made in FR4).

- the Second is to know if there is a tool to create coils on PCB (example: an antenna RFID on printed circuit)   

thanks for your answer

RE: leakage inductance and coil PCB with Altium design

Item #1 is best done with an FEA/EM package after you've designed it.

Item #2 is best done with a graphics or CAD package like Illustrator, Corel, AutoCAD, etc. and import... at least with the 2006-era package.  I believe the later packages are better suited to creation of such items.

Dan - Owner

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