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Display antipads stack used by viaSingleEnded in a table

Since R2024a



table = antipadsTable(pcbobject) displays the antipads stack in a tabular form.


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This example shows how to display an antipads stack

via = viaSingleEnded
via = 
  viaSingleEnded with properties:

   Conducting Layers
                        SignalLayer: [1 7]
                        GroundLayer: [3 5 9]
                          Conductor: [1x1 metal]

   Dielectric Layers
                          Substrate: [1x1 dielectric]

   Signal Vias
                 SignalViaLocations: [0 0 1 7]
                  SignalViaDiameter: 2.5000e-04
          SignalViaFinishedDiameter: 2.0000e-04
                       SignalViaPad: [1x1 antenna.Circle]
                   RemoveUnusedPads: 1
                   SignalViaAntipad: [1x1 antenna.Circle]

   Ground Return Vias
           GroundReturnViaLocations: [1.0000e-03 1.0000e-03 1 9]
            GroundReturnViaDiameter: 2.5000e-04
    GroundReturnViaFinishedDiameter: 2.0000e-04

                        SignalTable: {2x4 cell}

ans=1×3 table
                           GroundPlane 3           GroundPlane 5           GroundPlane 9    
                        ____________________    ____________________    ____________________

    Signal Via Num 1    {1x1 antenna.Circle}    {1x1 antenna.Circle}    {1x1 antenna.Circle}

Input Arguments

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Example: via=viaSingleEnded;table = antipadsTable(via)

Data Types: single ended via

Output Arguments

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antipadsTable displays the antipad stack table used in viaSingleEnded. Table rows correspond to each of the SignalViaLocations. Table columns correspond to each GroundLayer. The table is equal to obj.SignalViaAntipad when it is a cell array. The table displays scalar expansion when obj.SignalViaAntipad is a scalar.

Version History

Introduced in R2024a