Multiple Solution Configurations
|Azimuth and elevation RCS scans
in single simulation setup
Multiple solution configurations allow the user to specify various different analysis requirements for the same model. A user's productivity is enhanced by making it simple to modify a single CAD model while investigating multiple properties of the model.
Examples of how this technology may be used include:
- Requesting impedance bandwidth sweeps with adaptive frequency sampling, far-fields at a list of specified frequencies and a characteristic mode analysis for antenna development models.
- Requesting multiple frequency setups for the same analysis, e.g. coarse linearly spaced samples over the entire band of interest, with smaller regions of adaptive frequency sampling.
- Exciting multiple ports in a model, each in turn, while investigating radiation hazards around a platform.
- Specifying multiple angle sweeps for plane wave direction of incidence in RCS investigation.
|Impedance bandwidth AFS frequency sweep +
far-field gain at specific frequencies
|Exciting multiple ports while investigating radiation hazards around a platform (ICNIRP standard)
|Port 1, 300 MHz
||Port 2, 150 MHz|
|Port 3, 100 MHz||Combined result