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  1. Hi, I get this error ERROR 174: Frequency is too small or has not been defined while trying to simulate an antenna using Edit Feko, Hope you could help! Note: the simulation using CadFeko run without any problems, and I didn't change the frequency range when I opened the Edit Feko. Thank you!
  2. Could someone specify the format for the external ASCII file when loading radiation pattern data into the AR Card in EDITFEKO? I am aware of the documentation but would appreciate a clearer example of the format. Thankyou
  3. Hi, I have a simple problem. I create a closed cylinder in Cadfeko, union and mesh it. However, when I try it in Editfeko, I create two ellipses and a cylinder and mesh it. The number of triangles in are close ( 2158 vs 2352 ) but the number of points are different (1000 vs 7000). I took the nas output file to draw the mesh and attached in the files below. Since the number of points in Editfeko is too big, I think there is a problem with it, maybe relating to the union. Can anyone explain to me this phenomenon ? editfeko.fig cadfeko.fig
  4. Hello, I would like to do a parametric sweep of dielectric permittivity from 2 to 500 (no loss tangent) for a dielectric cube. In order to do that, I am using the EDITFEKO to give the required inputs and outputs. I have saved the list of permittivity values in a txt file. I would like to call this txt file and run the EDITFEKO and then save outputs. The below figure shows the piece of code from my EDITFEKO file. Unfortunately, the EDITFEKO is showing an error saying it cannot read the txt file. I also tried creating an XML file but it did not work either. I would really appreciate any help on this problem. Thanks a lot. I have also attached txt file for reference, Alternatively, can we vary the permittivity using for loop? --Kalyan Durbhakula permittivity.txt
  5. I have the following EDITFEKO code: ** Near field: NearField1 DA: 0 : 0 : : : 0 : : : 0 : : : 0 OF: 1 : 0 : : : : 0 : 0 : 0 : 0 : 0 : 0 FE: 3 : 5 : 5 : 5 : 1 : 0 : 0 : 0 : 125 : 90 : 325 ** NearField1 I displayed the information generated in cartesian coordinates (POSTFEKO) and it gave me 'Power Transmitted through surface' on a specific 'Surface Definition' and 'phi' angle and obtain a wattage that could not possibly represent a specific point. Does this mean that this is the total power that is part of an infinite surface? If I select RhoPhi surface and a specific height, is that surface infinite? Is there a way in which I can get the specific power in a point at a specific height? Or does this depend on the antenna used for reception? I see that I can get the Electric Field values at a specific point but not power. Thanks in advance
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