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question about the multiport radiation pattern in HFSS

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a simple question about the radiation calculation in HFSS.

If the antenna we designed has 2 or more ports, with various feeding amplitude and phase combinations, how can we guide the HFSS to calculate the radiation pattern.

I am using the driven terminal solution types.

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You probably want to fool with "edit sources" in the "field overlay" menu. You can turn on multiple ports and specify the relative amplitude and phase of each.
 
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Thanks,Azulykit.

So do you means that whenever I want to change the sources amplitude or phase, I need to re-simulate again?
 

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