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EM.GRID™

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EM.GRID™ is EM.CUBE's flexible data visualization and analysis module. GRID is an acronym for Graphical Representation of Input Data. You can call EM.GRID at the end of a simulation from any one of EM.CUBE's computational modules to plot output data graphs. EM.GRID can also be used as a stand-alone application to visualize any data files with acceptable formats. You can plot graphs of data, customize the graphs and print them or copy them to other applications such as word processors, spreadsheets or presentation software.

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EM.GRID™ is EM.CUBE's flexible data visualization and analysis module. GRID is an acronym for Graphical Representation of Input Data. You can call EM.GRID at the end of a simulation from any one of EM.CUBE's computational modules to plot output data graphs. EM.GRID can also be used as a stand-alone application to visualize any data files with acceptable formats. You can plot graphs of data, customize the graphs and print them or copy them to other applications such as word processors, spreadsheets or presentation software.

You can analyze graphs in EM.GRID and find their important characteristics such as zeros, minima and maxima. You can also create tables of the graph data or open data files directly into tables. EM.GRID allows you to create new data using mathematical expressions of the existing data. The new expression data can be plotted side by side with the original graphs or displayed as new columns in tables.

Features

  • Data Formats: Real, Complex and Angular
  • Graph Types: Cartesian, Polar, Smith Chart, Bar Charts,
  • Polar Stem Charts
  • Custom Viewing Tools
  • Full Printing Capability
  • Data Analysis: Zeros, Minima and Maxima and Graph Tracing
  • Tabular Representation of Data
  • New Data Generation Using Mathematical Expression of Existing Data

Cartesian Graph

Time Domain Signals in FDTD

Polar Graph

Far Field Radiation Patterns of a Handheld Radio Monopole Antenna in the Proximity of a Human Head Model

Smith Chart

Return Loss of a Handheld Radio Monopole Antenna in the Proximity of a Human Head Model

Cartesian Plot

Path Loss Data from Ann Arbor Propagation Scene

Bar Chart

Power Delay Profile of one of the Receivers in Ann Arbor Propagation Scene

Polar Stem Chart

Angles of Arrival of the Rays Received by one of the Receivers in Ann Arbor Propagation Scene

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