March 8, 2021 at 7:01 ampark0415Subscriber
I want to know why the resonance disappears when I set the higher mode.
When the simulation was conducted without setting the higher-order mode for the first time, resonance occurred at a specific frequency.March 8, 2021 at 7:28 amPraneethAnsys EmployeeHi Array,nYou can make use of edit sourcesoption under excitationsfolder to excite required mode from the available modes.nKindly go through Scaling a Source's Magnitude and Phasein the HFSS Helpdocument for more detailed information.nAll the best.nBest Regards,nnViewing 1 reply thread
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