single mode Simulation of an antenna in CST

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yef smith

Joined Aug 2, 2020
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Hello,generally when we simulate an antenna using a waveguide port its set by default in excitation of 1 mode.
But how its makes an accurate simulation of a far field.
for example in a patch antenna basickly its a parralel plate waveguide.if we set a far field probe at 5Ghz
based on the geometry we can have more than one mode excited in real life radiation.
How setting the waveguide port to "1 mode" as shown bellow make an accurate sumation of an anttena?
Thanks.
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Delta Prime

Joined Nov 15, 2019
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based on the geometry we can have more than one mode excited in real life radiation.
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