November 20, 2023 at 10:56 amoren goldbergSubscriber
I am trying to use the grating_transmission (constructed object) anaylsis group in my script but unfortunately the monitor is initialized with only 5 frequency points. I am having diffuculty changing the frequency points parameter in the script and get the error
Is it possible to change the parameters in constructed objects? If so how is it done?
Alternatively, can I change the default number of frequency points in the simulation enviroment?
November 22, 2023 at 3:44 pmNiki PapachristouAnsys EmployeeHi Oren,
Thank you for contacting us. There's 2 ways to change the number of frequency points in a monitor:
When using the "Global properties", you will set the number of points for all monitors in the simulation, unless you check "override global monitor settings" in the monitor properties:
With this, you can set the number of points for a specific monitor. I hope that was helpful, let me know if I can be of further assistance.Please note that this is the optics forum and not the photonics where lumerical related question are posted. For you next lumerical question please post at: Ansys photonics forumKind Regards,Niki
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