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EM.Terrano Tutorial Lesson 1: Analyzing A Basic Line-Of-Sight Propagation Scene

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<td> [[Image:Terrano L1 Fig8.png|thumb|left|480px|Defining a base location point radiator group in EM.Terrano's navigation tree.]] </td>
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<td> [[Image:Terrano L1 Fig4.png|thumb|left|480px|The Base Point Radiators Set dialog.]] </td>
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Now, define a second base location point radiator set called "BasePointSet_2", and choose an orange color for itbut keep the radiator type as vertically (Z-directed) polarized half-wave dipole. With the new point set group active, draw a point at the location (25m, 0, 2m) just like you did earlier. Next, you will build an array of points using the second orange point object you just created. Click on the point to select it. Its color turns yellow (i.e. the default selection color). Click the {{key|Array}} [[File:Array tool tn.png]] button of the Tools Toolbar or right-click on the object and select '''Array''' from the contextual menu, or simply use the keyboard shortcut {{key|A}}. The Array Dialog opens up. Enter 10, 1 and 1 for the <b>Element Count</b> along the X, Y and Z directions, respectively. Enter 5m, 0 and 0 for <b>Spacing</b> along the three axes, respectively. Click {{key|OK}} to accept the settings and close the Array dialog.
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<td> [[Image:Terrano_L1_Fig4b.png|thumb|left|600px|Changing the color of the base location point radiator in the Base Point Radiators Set dialog.]] </td>
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Right-click on the '''TransmitterSet_1''' item in the navigation tree and select '''Properties...''' from the contextual menu. Examine the properties of the transmitter set. In the '''Radiator''' section under "Transmitter Properties" of the transmitter dialog, note that the default radiator type of the transmitter is vertical (Z-directed) '''Half-Wave Dipole'''. Similarly, right-click on the '''ReceiverSet_1''' item items in the navigation tree and select '''Properties...''' from the contextual menu. Examine and examine the properties of the receiver transmitter set. In the '''Radiator''' section of the receiver dialog, note that the default radiator type of the receiver is vertical (Z-directed) '''Half-Wave Dipole'''.
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<td> [[Image:Terrano L1 Fig20A.png|thumb|left|480px|Selecting receiver No. 1 in the receiver set dialog.]] </td>
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<td> [[Image:Terrano L1 Fig20B.png|thumb|left|480px|Selecting receiver No. 10 in the receiver set dialog.]] </td>
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