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CST2013: 1D Result View
The 1D Result View enables the visualization of various onedimensional results, either in time domain or in frequency domain. The table below shows the different result types.
Details of how to modify the appearance of the plot can be found in the 1D Plot Overview.
There are several subfolders listed in the navigation tree containing the occurring result types and their associated Sparameter and Simulation control views. If you select one of these folders or one of its contents, the according results will be plotted in the main plot window. In each case the curve labels are listed at the right hand side, each color associated to a displayed curve.
The frequencydependent results are normalized with respect to their particular excitation source.
For more information about signals and signal units, see Reference Value and Normalizing.
Further settings for the 1D Plots can be done in the 1D Plot Properties Dialog.
Result types
 
The port signals in time for every waveguide port, discrete port or field source excitation.  
The monitored time and frequency dependent fields for every probe signal (see also probes).  
The time and frequency dependent voltage and current signals for a discrete port if monitored.  
In case that broadband port modes are calculated (usage of broadband waveguide ports or full deembedding feature), the broadband info of the modes is listed in a special folder (see port info view or port mode view for more details).  
If adaptive mesh refinement is activated in the solver parameter settings the corresponding results can be accessed from this entry, see Adaptive Meshing (Transient), Adaptive Meshing (Eigenmode), Adaptive Meshing (Frequency Domain).  
The results of an evaluation of a field along a curve can be accessed from this entry. 
SParameter views
Depending on the solver that was used to calculate SParameters, there are two types of view possible: the complex view and the classical view. In the classical view you may choose the visualization type by selecting the corresponding tree item named after the visualization type. In the complex view, you may select the tree item and then choose the visualization type from the plot toolbar.
Classical view 
 Complex View 


 
The magnitude of the Sparameters is plotted in a linear as well as in a logarithmic scale and also the phase is available. 
 The SParameters will be plotted in the view mode that is set in the plot toolbar: By default, the dBscaled magnitude of the SParameters is shown. Possible views that can be selected are the real part, the imaginary part, the magnitude, the dBscaled magnitude, the phase and the polar coordinates of the Sparameter. If impedances are available, the SParameters can also be plotted in a Smith Chart.  
The SParameters are plotted in polar coordinates. 
 
The SParameters are plotted in a Smith Chart. 
 
If some ports are stimulated simultaneously the magnitude and phase of the signal spectrum at the ports are given as FParameters. These values are normalized to the spectrum of the input reference signal. Please note that FParameters also show the outgoing results at ports in case of plane wave excitation. More information about FParameters and active SParameters in case of simultaneous excitation is given on the Reference Value and Normalizing page.  For a description of the FParameters, please refer to the classical view. In the complex view, FParameters can be visualized exactly like SParameters as described above.  
All relevant signals concerning the SParameters calculated from the ARFilter, assuming that it has been activated. To start the ARFilter, choose Results ARFilter....  For a description of the ARFilter results, please refer to the classical view. In the complex view, ARFilter results can be visualized exactly like SParameters as described above.  
The SParameters based on the ARFilter results are plotted in polar coordinates. 

 
The SParameters based on the ARFilter results are plotted in a Smith Chart. 


The Voltage Standing Wave Ratio can be calculated from the scattering parameters by choosing Post Processing: Signal Post Processing SParameter Calculations Calculate VSWR  
The scattering parameters can be converted into impedance and admittance parameters by choosing Post Processing: Signal Post Processing SParameter Calculations Calculate Z and Y Matrices  
The Sensitivity Analysis can be currently calculated via the frequency domain solver. For every design parameter a folder with the derivative of the linear magnitude and the phase of the scattering parameters is written.  
The scattering parameter sensitivity can be converted into impedance and admittance parameter sensitivity by choosing Post Processing: Signal Post Processing SParameter Calculations Calculate Z and Y Matrices  
The Yield Analysis can be calculated after a successful Sensitivity Analysis computation via Post Processing: Signal Post Processing Yield Analysis. The nominal, lower and upper bound of the linear magnitude and phase of the scattering parameters are plotted. 
Simulation control views
 
The time dependence of the field energy is plotted.  
The energy balance of the SParameters is plotted. This value is only of interest if no open boundary is selected.  
The energy balance of the SParameters based on the ARFilter results is plotted. This value is only of interest if no open boundary is selected.  
In the power folder spectral results of various power curves are plotted. 
Creating user defined tree items
It is possible to define userdefined result folders. To do so, select the 1D Result Folder and open the context menu. You will find the following:
New Tree Folder: Creates a user defined subfolder in the selected 1D result folder
Copy: Copies a 1D result curve to the clipboard. You may also press CTRL+C after having selected the desired curve.
Paste: Pastes a previously copied result into a user defined folder. You may also press CTRL+V to paste the previously copied curve into the chosen user defined folder. Also CTRL+V pastes the copied data into various other programs such as Microsoft EXCEL or any ASCII editor.
When selecting a user defined folder some more actions are available:
Scale Result Curve(s): Scale curve(s) enables to scale the x and y axis.
Import Result Curve From ASCII file: Use Import Curve From ASCII file to add two column ASCII data to the project.
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 CST2013: Mesh Problem Handling
 CST2013: Field Source Overview
 CST2013: Discrete Port Overview
 CST2013: Sources and Boundary C
 CST2013: Multipin Port Overview
 CST2013: Farfield Overview
 CST2013: Waveguide Port
 CST2013: Frequency Domain Solver
 CST2013: Import ODB++ Files
 CST2013: Settings for Floquet B