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Good Conductors

Ports are treated differently depending on whether they are assigned to "good" conductors. Good conductors are defined according to the following rules.

If you use a resistivity to define an impedance boundary, note that the boundary's conductivity will change with frequency. The boundary may be a good conductor at the AMR frequency, and a poor conductor at other simulation frequencies. Since lumped ports must connect two good conductors, the simulation will abort after the AMR process has completed in this case.

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