View Cuts By Frequency

This kind of plot can be used to compare the amplitude measurements made by the simulation process for a particular component, step, cut and point in the sweep, against a simulation frequency. This option is useful when the user has selected a frequency sweep in the Simulation Settings, in order to inspect how the measurements for a particular observation point change through a frequency sweep.

When this option is chosen from the Show Results > RCS > View Cuts By Frequency menu, the panel presented in the figure below will appear.

Figure 1. View Cuts By Frequency window

Similar to the behaviour of the standard View Cuts, this panel displays a plot with the results, and several options for adding and removing extra series from the plot.

When initially open, the panel will display a default series in the plot that will represent the measurements for a particular component, step, and radius, theta or phi, against every possible frequency that has been simulated. More series can be added, by selecting component, step and sweep representation information in the control panel that appears left-side to the plot.

  • Component: the plane wave component to inspect. Select one of the possible values VV, HV, VTotal, HH, VH, HTotal
  • Step: the parametric step to select. These should have been defined prior to the calculation when designing the simulation.
  • Sweep representation: select one value for one of the variables radius, theta or phi.

The selected series can be added to the plot by pressing the Add Series button. It is also possible to modify the look and delete series previously added to the chart. You can change the color of a particular series by selecting it in the list and pressing the Change Colors. To remove a series from the plot representation, click on the Remove series button.

Series can be imported and exported. To save a series click on the Export series button. Later it is possible to load previously exported series by pressing the Import Series button and locating the file where the results were saved in.