Create a microstrip transmission line with copper conductor.
mline = microstripLine;
Create a copper metal conductor.
m = metal ('copper')
m = metal with properties: Name: 'Copper' Conductivity: 59600000 Thickness: 3.5560e-05 For more materials see catalog
Change the microstrip transmission line conductor to copper.
mline.Conductor = m
mline = microstripLine with properties: Length: 0.0200 Width: 0.0050 Height: 0.0016 GroundPlaneWidth: 0.0300 Substrate: [1x1 dielectric] Conductor: [1x1 metal]
View the microstrip transmission line.
material— Material from metal catalog
'PEC'(default) | character vector
Material from the dielectric catalog, specified as a metal from the
MetalCatalog. The default material is perfect electric conductor (PEC),
which has infinite conductivity and zero thickness.
Name— Name of metal material
Name of the metal material you want to use as a conductor, specified as a character vector.
Conductivity— Conductivity of metal material
Inf(default) | scalar
Conductivity of the metal material, specified as a scalar in Siemens per
meters(S/m). If you set
you must set
Thickness— Thickness of metal
0(default) | scalar
Thickness of the metal material along the default z-axis, specified as a scalar in meters.
m— Conductor metal
Conductor metal, returned as a metal object.