January 11, 2023 at 7:57 amhyunjunSubscriber
I obtained the realized gain values of polar coordinate which correspond to theta & phi component from dipole antenna simulation.
And also, the realized gain values of cartesian coordiante which correspond to x component (for simplicity, I exclude y, z)
After that, I transformed theta & phi value to x value by using transformation relation between spherical and cartesian coordinate.
But, the x value that I calculated is different from the x value of HFSS.
So, I ask for the transfomation relationship between spherical and cartesian coord used in HFSS.
I attached the transfomation equation that I used and the theta, phi and x values of HFSS.
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