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Adds a port object to the ports group under the FDTD simulation region. A simulation region must be present in order to add a port. For more information about the port object see Ports. This topic addresses the addport command in FDTD Solutions - for information about the INTERCONNECT command, see addport.

 

Supported Product: FDTD

 

Syntax

Description

addport;

Adds a port.

This function does not return any data.

 

Example

The following script adds a FDTD simulation region and port, then sets the name of the port, and selects the port modes and source mode.

# add objects

addfdtd; # add FDTD simulation region

addport; # add port

 

# set up port

set("name","input_port"); # set the name of the port

seteigensolver("bent waveguide",true); # set the solver to look for modes of a bent waveguide

seteigensolver("bend radius",10e-6); # set bending radius to 10 um

updateportmodes(1:2); # select the first 2 modes of the port

 

# select the second mode of the port to be the source mode

select("FDTD::ports"); # select the port group

set("source port","input_port");

set("source mode","mode 2");

 

See Also

Ports, set, geteigensolver, seteigensolver, updateportmodes, clearportmodedata

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