The following example investigates WiFi throughput coverage in a house provided by 802.11ac routers operating at 5 GHz using an 80 MHz bandwidth. The geometry for the house was imported from a CAD file and a flat terrain was placed underneath the house.
This example analyzes the coupling between four circular patch antennas mounted on the sides of a Boeing 757. The antennas transmit and receive at a frequency of 2.4 GHz. Coupling between each antenna is characterized using XGtd’s S-Parameter output, which can be displayed in the user interface or exported to a v1.1 Touchstone file.
On two episodes of NPR’s Car Talk, it was stated that the range of the keyless function could be increased by holding the key to the chin rather than in the usual position in an outstretched hand. There was a discussion of why this could be true, but only anecdotal evidence was given. In this example we show how VariPose and XFdtd can be used to illustrate the effect.