Hi,

Now I want to handle more than 2 different parameters comming from 2 separate equation, named postprocess_eq1 and postprocess_eq2.

Equation postprocess_eq1 has a parameter, S11diff

(S11diff = abs(Linear_Data1.S11-Spara_file.S11) )

On the other hand, postprocess_eq2 has another parameter but same name, S11diff.

To refer to each of them in an Optimization window, I put them like below;

postprocess_eq1.S11diff

postprocess_eq2.S11diff

This grammer works in Graph window property but doesn't work in an Optimization window.

Is it a specification or something wrong behavior?

Now I'm using 2006.10.

I want to use this for S parameter fitting to an equivalent circuit.

Thanks in advance,

Ume

Now I want to handle more than 2 different parameters comming from 2 separate equation, named postprocess_eq1 and postprocess_eq2.

Equation postprocess_eq1 has a parameter, S11diff

(S11diff = abs(Linear_Data1.S11-Spara_file.S11) )

On the other hand, postprocess_eq2 has another parameter but same name, S11diff.

To refer to each of them in an Optimization window, I put them like below;

postprocess_eq1.S11diff

postprocess_eq2.S11diff

This grammer works in Graph window property but doesn't work in an Optimization window.

Is it a specification or something wrong behavior?

Now I'm using 2006.10.

I want to use this for S parameter fitting to an equivalent circuit.

Thanks in advance,

Ume

Just give the two variables different names, like S11diff and S11diffB, then set the default measurement context to "equations" in the optimization and use the names of the variables by themselves without "EquationName." in front.

Peter Karasev