Network.write(file: str = None, *args, **kwargs) → None[source]

Write the Network to disk using the pickle module.

The resultant file can be read either by using the Networks constructor, __init__() , the read method read(), or the general read function

  • file (str or file-object) – filename or a file-object. If left as None then the filename will be set to, if its not None. If both are None, ValueError is raised.
  • **kwargs (*args,) – passed through to write()


If the is not None and file is can left as None and the resultant file will have the .ntwk extension appended to the filename.


>>> n = rf.N(f=[1,2,3],s=[1,1,1],z0=50, name = 'open')
>>> n.write()
>>> n2 ='open.ntwk')

See also
write any skrf object
read any skrf object