November 21, 2020 at 8:28 amEM2020SubscriberDo you know how HFSS calculated radiation pattern?nCan you tell me how to implement using field calculator?nI want to understand how to implement using equations.n
November 24, 2020 at 4:08 amAndyJPSubscriberFor true far field it is a transform form all the radiation boundaries to infinite sphere, like it is stated in the setup. For details on far-field calculation, which you can simplify down to Fourier transform, there are a plenty of books written on the topics of aperture arrays and Fourier optics.nFor near-field, a virtual surface is defined, where the transform is performed with near-field specific field data. It is in the manual in the Post Processing and Generating Reports chapter.n
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