─ 2.2. Output Parameters
When the simulation type is set to Coupling, the only option available in Output menu is the Coupling one.
This example has been with a Short Dipole placed in Position (5.0,0.0,1.15), as shown in figure below. Anyway, the most important parameters within the Output – Coupling panel are listed:
Antenna Type: The passive antenna may be defined by three different ways: a Short Dipole, a Radiation Pattern file and a Horn Aperture Pattern that is a particular case of the previous one. The two last options only can be used whenever at least a DIA file has been imported by using the Antenna – Import DIA file option.
Position: To set the point where the passive antenna is placed on.
Orientation: The passive antenna may be rotated by using the Orientation options in different ways: director cosines, Spherical coordinates, Rotation angles or Z-Axis direction.
Relative to referencePlane: Select this option to place the antenna relative to the Reference Plane coordinate system or unselect it to specify absolute coordinates.
Coupling Parameters – Short Dipole