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    CST based on FDTD equations or ??

    cst fdtd I want to know the CST software based on FDTD equations or what ??
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    CST based on FDTD equations or ??

    I want to know the CST software based on FDTD equations or what ??
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    Help "How to simulate infinite substrate XFDTD"

    How to simulate infinite Substrate and Ground in XFDTD ? I know that at Fiedility Zeland to simulate infinite substrate I should let the substrate to touch the boundry, i.e lower and upper padding=0. Is this idea work at XFDTD ?
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    Help "Coaxial port geometry XFDTD"

    coaxial feed xfdtd I Don't know how to creat the coaxial cable , There is a coaxial cabel at the manual but I didn't understand it ? and why there is two ports in the cable ? and what are the polarity of them ? and which edge will be connected to the antenna ? I Hope that if any could upload a...
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    Help Radiation pattern "XFDTD"

    I want to calculate the radiation pattern at a specific frequency for example 9GHz. But far-zone data give me a list of frequencies for example (8.88 , 9.02 , 9.11 , 9.23 .....) but I want the radiation pattern at 9GHz exactly . How to choose the frequency I want
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    help "Port in XFDTD"

    xfdtd I need help in XFDTD to define port for this example I attached the geometry file and the paper I don't know how and where the port must be to get accurate results Thank you
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    How to save the s-parameter results from XFDTD into .txt format to use them in Matlab

    I want to know , how can I save the s-parameter results from XFDTD into .txt format inorder to use them with matalab ??

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