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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 there can anyone help me to design or have ever designed omnidirectional antenna for UHF frequency, I currently learning hfss sotware, so i'd thank for anyone that give some design and or tutorial how to design it.. Thanks before
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 (...)
hi, i am a graduate student and i need to investigate multimode antennas for my research. if anyone can let me know the design procedure i would be greatful. if there are some books or articles to read please let me know. thank you in advance Abhishek