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  1. Hello Johan, The superposition of the individual coverage results is done automatically in a network planning project by RunNet based on the corresponding air interface (wireless standard definition file *.wst). The received power is available in the result tree. Without network planning module the coverage of individual Tx antennas/leaky feeder cables can be superposed in ProMan by using the following steps: First load one of the results (preferably *.fpp file) in ProMan via File => Open Result and then superpose the next result via Edit => Combine Data => Max Value (can be done for further results in the same way). The information about all the rays can be exported as follows. Under Project / Edit Project Parameter / Propagation tab, check Additional Output of Results in ASCII file. A .str file will be produced with detailed ray information. (.str comes from Strahl, which is German for Ray). The Network tab offers a similar option. I hope this helps. Best regards, Martin. How_to_Display_Combined_Power_of_all_Transmitters.docx How_to_Export_to_ASCII.docx
  2. Below is a new link. Note that all these links are temporary. The file-exchange server gives the recipient a few weeks to download the files, then the files are removed. Files attached to this message Filename Size 01-WinProp_v2020_Basic.zip 335 MB 02-WinProp_v2020_Automotive.zip 213 MB 03-WinProp_v2020_Telecom.zip 194 MB 04-WinProp_v2020_Industry_and_Rail.zip 164 MB 05-WinProp_2020_Aerospace_and_Defense.zip 106 MB Please click on the following link to download the attachments: https://ftam1.altair.com/message/2GC2dKYH1TIBvSNMfrT9IM The attachments are available until: Thursday, 24 September.
  3. The script is old and is not needed anymore. The basic training materials, for which I will provide a new link, explain that WinProp can import antenna patterns from Feko directly. When you solve a model in Feko, you request a far-field pattern. Under the Advanced tab in the CADFEKO far-field request, you check the box "Export to ASCII (*.ffe)".
  4. Yes, I think that the limitations only exist in the Student version, not in academic licenses. I believe academic licenses are the same as commercial licenses, just orders of magnitude cheaper. You could always ask an Altair sales person to give you an academic license for an evaluation period to be sure.
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    Version 2020

    Hello Ring. No, sorry I don't have better news: in the educational version of WinProp, you cannot use the API.
  6. The WinProp Command Line Interface (WinPropCLI.exe) calls the WinProp API in the background. The API, however, is not included in the student license. This is because the API is well-suited for production work.
  7. The air interface collection that comes with the WinProp installation has one .wst file for high frequencies. I'm attaching the collection for convenience; it can also be found in C:\Program Files\Altair\2020\help\WinProp\examples\ExampleGuide_models. All .wst files are text files, so it should be possible, in principle, to edit a 5G .wst file to create another one with frequencies and transmission modes of interest. Example-A07-Air_Interfaces_aka_Wireless_Standards.zip
  8. Sure! Here's a link: https://ftam1.altair.com/message/fMHsVuqeoY1faFnPapqkDI Files attached to this message Filename Size 01-WinProp_v2020_Basic.zip 335 MB 02-WinProp_v2020_Automotive.zip 213 MB 03-WinProp_v2020_Telecom.zip 194 MB 04-WinProp_v2020_Industry_and_Rail.zip 210 MB 05-WinProp_2020_Aerospace_and_Defense.zip 106 MB Please click on the following link to download the attachments: https://ftam1.altair.com/message/fMHsVuqeoY1faFnPapqkDI The attachments are available until: Sunday, 9 August.
  9. Sorry for the late reply; I see your question only just now. Wireless-standard (*.wst) files, also known as air-interface files, are provided with the WinProp installation examples. The examples are in a "help" folder. Have a look in your installation directory (Probably under C:\Program Files) under \Altair\2020\help\winprop\examples\ExampleGuide_models. For your convenience, I'm attaching the relevant zip file. It contains a few standards for 5G. Example-A07-Air_Interfaces_aka_Wireless_Standards.zip
  10. WinProp was enhanced in version 2020 to accept power in dBm below zero.
  11. I asked a manager, and he replied, "The 2020 version will be available in a few days, we have already asked the web team to upload it. The user will have to request again to get the new license and new software exe at that time. We will announce this on altairuniversity.com."
  12. I was able to try it in version 2020-EDU and it works! The commercial V2020 became available today; I imagine the EDU version won't be far behind.
  13. I was able to test it with version-2020-EDU and it works! The commercial V2020 became available today; I imagine the EDU version will also be available soon.
  14. Very sorry; I had overlooked your question. Now it's months too late. At the link below you can download guided training exercises. Filename Size WinProp_v2019_Basic-JULY3-2019.zip 401 MB Please click on the following link to download the attachments: https://ftam1.altair.com/message/RqQZ43zZ1T2DmK2SEU6Hb7 The attachments are available until: Friday, 26 June.
  15. I think a rectangle at a certain height will be good enough for most purposes. Based on the training materials you received in another thread, you can probably figure out how to add legs to the table if you want, but that may give you more detail than needed. WinProp simulates with high-frequency methods that assume that geometrical details are much larger than a wavelength.
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