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how to draw spatial 3D antenna patterns with the given data

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HONG CHENG
HONG CHENG on 1 Nov 2019
Answered: Shashwat Bajpai on 24 Dec 2019
If you are interested in this question, you can download the data.
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I am a student majoring in computer engineering,so I don't fully understand the meaning of this data.
Now I have draw the 2D antenna pattern in EL and AZ like this with the right two columns data.
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And now I'd love to draw a 3D antenna pattern like the following figure with the given data
(Deg, Amplitude, Phase)
which is like this kind
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THanks a lot

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HONG CHENG
HONG CHENG on 1 Nov 2019
I have drawn the 2D antenna pattern. Now I want to concentrate on working with the first three columns (Deg, Amplitude, Phase) to draw a 3D spatial 3D antenna patterns.
Now for your conviences, I also will enclose the data in here

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Shashwat Bajpai
Shashwat Bajpai on 24 Dec 2019
You can find a function which may help you plot 3D polar pattern using a function written by someone from the community on File Exchange. Following is the link to the function i am refering to:
You can also use Antenna Toolbox where you don't need to calculate/collect all of the data. You'll just need to provide the type of antenna and the design frequency and it'll help you design, analyze and calculate all the parameters as per your requirement.

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