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RomanWorkshop

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  1. So, I have designed my version of this antenna for 2.4 GHz (CST Studio 2020). BowTie.cst
  2. I added reflector (170x244mm, Steel-1008, 1mm thickness) with space between it and vibrators h=8mm. Now it is quite good antenna for 2.3 GHz I must change dimensions of elements and maybe it will work for Wifi 2.4 GHz. The impedance chart is interesting; by changing "h" space between reflector and vibrators, impedance was drop to 53 Ohms. So does antenna not require any impedance matching now and can be connected directly with a coaxial cable?
  3. After change frequency range and farfields to 1.942-2.942 GHz warning message is not showing.
  4. I already had this frequency set from 2 to 3 GHz, I also tried change it from 0-5 GHz, but warning message is still displayed. Well, it's my first design. How to automatic position of port between these cylindrical elements?
  5. In my design of this BowTie antenna. Maybe you can correct it, add a reflector and simulate the results BowTie.cst
  6. When simulating my antenna in CST Studio 2019 I get these messages: 1. "Defined reference frequency for open boundary condition (2.442 GHz) is larger than the lowest relevant system frequency (monitor at 2 GHz). Please check open boundary settings to ensure accurate monitor results for the lowest frequency of interest." 2. "1037 mesh edges are represented in staircase mode and have been filled with PEC. 3533 mesh edges are partially filled with PEC." What should I do?