Ray Release from a Dipole Antenna Source (2D Axisymmetric)
Application ID: 76831
In this tutorial model, the far-field radiation pattern of a dipole antenna is computed in a 2D axisymmetric model component. Then, in a separate 3D model component, a ray is released using the far-field radiation pattern to initialize the ray's intensity, polarization, and phase.
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