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Simulation of antenna in CST Microwave

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Admin, got a question to you: recently I installed cst2019 and met a problem, it can not calculate 1/4 lambda transformator “wire above ground”.

AppCad gives preliminary results, but when I make a model in simulator it shows a weather.

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 I would like to see your results in the * cst file...!!

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32 minutes ago, Admin said:

I hope this helps you...!!!

No, it doesn't. What do you mean?

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""" with the method shown above, you can delete the two ports...!!!

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what for? I asked you to delete 2 PLOTS in THE PREVIOUS to Previous POST!

And the question was not about deliting ports. 

 

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1 hour ago, vodkaman said:

Admin, got a question to you: recently I installed cst2019 and met a problem, it can not calculate 1/4 lambda transformator “wire above ground”.

AppCad gives preliminary results, but when I make a model in simulator it shows a weather.

this one

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Admin, do you have a version? How to calculate quarter wave transformer in CST? 

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,,, my friend, explain to me, what you want to do with this quarter wave transformer in CST...???!!!

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I need to conform antenna impedance (39 Ohm) and feeder (cable) impedance (50 Ohm). I need to do it with wire above ground. 

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