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# discret,fast,interploation区别

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Remeber that no matter which sweep you choose you should get the same results.

The fast sweep finds the "poles and zeros" of the problem to calculate S-parameters.

This sweep is ussually

BTW - together with the new DC thickness option, HFSSv10 is now used to produce highly accurate S-parameters from DC through MHz up to tens of GHz (and beyond). In the past users were required to solve inside metal which increased the simulation time.

When simulating very broadband S-parameters, one may want to use two interpolating sweeps. The first one up to the third harmonic with a high interpolation accuracy and the second sweep complementing to the fifth harmonic with reduced interpolation accuracy. HFSS interpolation in high frequencies is always superior to that of a circuit simulator.

3)Discrete Sweeps

Discrete sweeps are rarely used. Some engineers that require only 5 or 10 frequency points claim that discrete sweep may be faster.

Discrete is the only sweep where the simulation time is proportional to the number of frequency points specified.

I only use it to calculate fileds after doing an interpolating sweep.

Those of you that have a dual-processor machine with the HFSS multiprocessor license will see a significant speed increase (in all sweep types).

http://www.emtalk.com/tip_1.htm

The discrete sweep is the most accurate since it resolves the problem at each frequency point in your frequency bandwidth. However, it is the slowest and the adaptive frequency should be set at the higher limit of your bandwidth or at the frequency where the wavelength is smallest.

The fast sweep requires less simulation time than the discrete sweep but at the expense of a limited frequency bandwidth range and reduced accuracy. The adaptive frequency should be set within the center of your frequency bandwidth and should coincide within the pass-band of your structure. Typically, the bandwidth is should be 68 GHz; if your adaptive frequency is 5 GHz, your frequency sweep can go from 1 GHz to 9 GHz.

Remeber that no matter which sweep you choose you should get the same results.

**1) Fast Sweep**The fast sweep finds the "poles and zeros" of the problem to calculate S-parameters.

**Fast sweep should be your "default" as long as Fmax/Fmin < 4 (rule of thumb).**Fields are available on all frequencies.**2) Interpolating Sweeps**This sweep is ussually

**used when a DC solution is needed or a very broadband sweep Fmax/Fmin > 4**. HFSS chooses which frequency points are "ideal" for interplating the S-parameters. The downside is that it does not produce fields (just S/Y/Z parameters). If you require a field solution in a specific frequency use an interpolating sweep together with a single frequency discrete sweep (use the same Setup - to reuse the mesh from the interpolating sweep).BTW - together with the new DC thickness option, HFSSv10 is now used to produce highly accurate S-parameters from DC through MHz up to tens of GHz (and beyond). In the past users were required to solve inside metal which increased the simulation time.

When simulating very broadband S-parameters, one may want to use two interpolating sweeps. The first one up to the third harmonic with a high interpolation accuracy and the second sweep complementing to the fifth harmonic with reduced interpolation accuracy. HFSS interpolation in high frequencies is always superior to that of a circuit simulator.

3)Discrete Sweeps

Discrete sweeps are rarely used. Some engineers that require only 5 or 10 frequency points claim that discrete sweep may be faster.

Discrete is the only sweep where the simulation time is proportional to the number of frequency points specified.

I only use it to calculate fileds after doing an interpolating sweep.

Those of you that have a dual-processor machine with the HFSS multiprocessor license will see a significant speed increase (in all sweep types).

http://www.emtalk.com/tip_1.htm

**Discrete Sweep**The discrete sweep is the most accurate since it resolves the problem at each frequency point in your frequency bandwidth. However, it is the slowest and the adaptive frequency should be set at the higher limit of your bandwidth or at the frequency where the wavelength is smallest.

**Fast Sweep**The fast sweep requires less simulation time than the discrete sweep but at the expense of a limited frequency bandwidth range and reduced accuracy. The adaptive frequency should be set within the center of your frequency bandwidth and should coincide within the pass-band of your structure. Typically, the bandwidth is should be 68 GHz; if your adaptive frequency is 5 GHz, your frequency sweep can go from 1 GHz to 9 GHz.

**Interpolating Sweep****The interpolating sweep is the fastest, but the least accurate sweep？？.**In addition, the field data cannot be saved for the frequency range and therefore has limited post processing attributes. The frequency bandwidth can be wideband, but the adaptive frequency has to be set high. The interpolating sweep basically does a curve fit and should be used for non-resonant structures.**申明**：网友回复良莠不齐，仅供参考。如需专业解答，请学习易迪拓培训专家讲授的**HFSS视频培训教程**。

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