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1. ## Active Power vs Joule Losses

Dear sir/madame, This topic arises using the "Computation / On physical Entity / Compute" tool in a solid conductor. Im my humble experience with this software, I've been wrong on what it means the Active Power & the Joule losses: Until now, the calculated active power was higher than the joule losses that is why I thought that the Joule Losses were a fraction oc the active Power. The thing is that in some actual simulations, I witnessed the opposite. As a consequence, I would like to know how flux calcules and what takes into account in this two losses. Best regards, Andoni
2. ## PROPAGATION SIMULATION

How can I see, in the simulation of the propagation of all antennas (RUN PRO), the total power of all antennas? I am only able to see the power/field strength/etc. of only 1 antenna per time and not the power/field strength/etc. of all antennas together.
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