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Hello Professionals,

 

How can I implement an ideal isotropic radiator in FEKO? I want to compare distribution of an electrical field without antenna gain using asymptotic methods. Can you help me with that?

 

Best regards,

Dimon

 

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Hello Dimon,

 

25 minutes ago, Dimon said:

How can I implement an ideal isotropic radiator in FEKO?

An isotropic radiator does not exist and is not available as a source in FEKO. You can approximate it using a radiating antenna source (you can define the pattern to be constant).

 

26 minutes ago, Dimon said:

I want to compare distribution of an electrical field without antenna gain using asymptotic methods.

What I usually use and what I would recommend is that you use a electric point source. It radiates a "donut" radiation pattern. You could use three of them at orthogonal angles to approximate an isotropic radiator (I have never tried that). Usually a single electric point source is sufficient for what I wanted to do in the past.

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