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Post subject: Non-plane wave excitation in HFSS
Posted: Sun Oct 30, 2005 4:08 pm
I'm new to HFSS. Is there a way to excite a structure if I only have an expression for the wave--for example, Ex, Ey, Ez as a function of spatial coordinates x,y,z? Any suggestion/help would be appreciated.