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Hello, I'm quite new to CST Microwave Studio and I'm not sure if my model of biconical antenna is correct because I got strange simulation results (VSWR). I noticed on internet that there is a model of EMC wire biconical antenna in antenna Magus design software (which I dont' own). I would be very (...)
If you need the 2-10 GHz wideband omni antenna, then I would suggest to use a biconical or disk-cone antenna, and tilt its axis by 45 degrees. Crossed-dipole antennas can be set to radiate any polarization, linear through circular, by phasing the dipole feeds. One dipole with tilted axis can radiate the "slant" (...)
Hi every body I have attached some details on the biconical antenna, its HPBW can vary between 20 to 100 degree dose nay body know how can I change the HPBW in the E plane, in other words which parameter do I have to change in the design to get the HPBW change many thanks
hi for UHF UWB antenna we some method like wipe to increase the bandwidth and some antenna like discone and biconical are fit for this application
Hi, Guys i want to design broad band biconical antenna can anyone help me???????
Hi, I'm quite new to the subject of antennas and their design.Recently I've started designing a broadband biconical antenna in EMCoS antenna design software referring to its manual. I want to design a transmitting and receiving wire biconical antenna operating at 1.34GHz.I've referred to (...)
My question is simple: how can I draw with cst MWS an ellipsoid or a paraboloid??? Do I have to draw it with matlab first? Thank you very much.
You can review Wiki Some technical EMC Studio simulation
When I simulated an biconical antenna in HFSS, the gain is larger than directivity, why? who can give me a answer? thank you!
Is the paper "Broadband Slant Linear Polarized biconical antenna", by D.Lakshmanarayana, R.V. Hara Prasad, and T.G.K. Murthy from Microwave and Optical Technology Letters 6 (1993),471-475 available to anyone? Please guide me to get it Thanks a lot
biconical antenna is suitable for EMI, Certification tests as FCC, MIL-STD, VDE, TEMPEST, and also for immunity testing.
Hello! I'm trying to simulate a biconical antenna in CST, but I having problems. It should be feed usind a coaxial cable thrugh the cones. Does anyone have some kind of advice for this simulation or any model that have good agreement with measures? I have tried a subgrid-meshing to get enough mesh between the port and the metallic wall, bu
Hello! I'm trying to simulate a biconical antenna in CST, but I having problems. It should be feed usind a coaxial cable thrugh the cones. Does anyone have some kind of advice for this simulation or any model that have good agreement with measures? Here is the model I have done, if someone wants to have a look, done in CST 5.2. The metali
Hi, I found the followings on your questions: 1) "Bowtie The bowtie antenna is known for its simplicity and ist broadband performance. It is a wire approximation to the solid biconical antenna. They are commonly used for UHF television antennas where several elements may be arrayed and placed in front of a flat (...)
Hi to all, i have i BIG problem. I'd like to simulate the gain of a biconical antenna with FEKO. I think howerver the problem is the same if i try to simulate the gain of a monopole antenna. I'd like to simulate a trasmitting antenna. FEKO has the PW card that permit to simulate the real exitation of an (...)
I do not have too much knowledge about this topology. I read while ago about MIMO systems. On this case using biconical antenna seems that mode diversity is done in the coaxial feed used to excite the antenna. You can try to ask the author Svantesson (tomaso@s2.chalmers.se) how the coaxial waveguide is done. If is not a patent :-) From (...)