nec2diff(1) General Commands Manual nec2diff(1)NAME
nec2diff - NEC2 (Numerical Electromagnetics Code) is software for modelling antennas using the Method of Moments.
nec2diff evaluates differences between 2 result files given as parameters.
The C++ port started and completed by Tim Molteno <email@example.com> The Python work is done by Remi Sassolas<firstname.lastname@example.org>
This work could not have been done without the tremendous effort put into the C port by Neoklis Kyriazis.
NEC++ Nov 3, 2009 nec2diff(1)
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somnec - Compute Sommerfield-Norton Ground Grids
somnec is a program to generates grids used by the NEC2 program for the Sommerfeld-Norton approximation to realistic grounds. It allows
interactive user input of relative dielectric constant, ground conductivity, and frequency in MHz. The output for use by nec2 is written
out as binary unformatted file. The program .B nec2 reads this in, if the Sommerfield Norton Ground is specified in the nec2 input cards
by the presence of a suitable suitable Ground Parameters Card i.e. a GN card with IPERF set to 2 (coluns 3-5). Hence the user is also
prompted for a file name, and the grid arrays are written to the file.
Due to the age of the program, it expects its input to be in the form of punched cards fed into a hopper. It doesn't currently take any
options, instead the name of the input and output files must be entered once the program has been run.
SEE ALSO nec(1)
It is fully documented as part of the report Numerical Electromagnetics Code (NEC) -- Method of Moments", available as a printed publica-
tion in three parts covering the theory of operation, the program code and the users' manual.
This program was keyed in by hand from a printed listing. Thus it is possible that some extra bugs have been introduced. Unformatted
binary files are often a fortran minefield, particuarly if transported between systems.
This manual page was written by <email@example.com>. The original program was developed by G. J. Burke and A. J. Poggio of
Laurence Livermore Laboratory.
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