This benchmark shows the creation of a parametrized model by using the existing primitives. Then, the coupling between two dipoles placed at each side of the geometry is computed at 15 GHz.
Explaining the recommended parameters for computing the coupling between antennas is the main aim of this tutorial, but most of them are also general for similar problems such as Near Field or even Far field simulations.
Canonical geometries have been chosen because most of ray tracing effects can be obtained by adjusting some of default parameters. In particular, the considered geometry is a box with a rectangular hole of parametric size edge, and two cylinders of parametric radius. The test case is shown in the figure below.
Test case geometry
Default parameters are kept unless otherwise is stated. Anyway, effects of changing most of parameters are briefly stated.
This example is generated using GTD module, so create a new GTD project by clicking on New Project button and selecting the GTD option.