Since 1994, EMAG Technologies Inc. has been providing RF design solutions and services to the government and industry. Integrated RF front ends are the cornerstone of the next generation of wireless and satellite communication systems, radars and intelligent sensors. The ability to transmit and receive vast amounts of information from ground, satellite, mobile or airborne platforms to large numbers of users requires revolutionary concepts in antenna design, circuit implementation and fabrication techniques to achieve what is considered by today's standards the ultimate performance, smallest size and minimal cost. EMAG Technologies Inc. started as an R&D company to bridge the gap between advanced research and reliable product development in the RF industry. The company has since grown and transitioned a number of novel concepts successfully into commercial products.
EM.Tempo (FDTD module) is a time domain FDTD simulator (with optional hardware acceleration) for full-wave EM simulation of 3-D structures, circuits, and antennas. This module features solvers to take advantage of multi-core and GPU systems, and a mesh-generator that allows the simulator to give you fast and accurate results.
EM.Picasso (Planar module) is a planar structure simulator for modeling and design of printed antennas, planar microwave circuits, and layered periodic structures. The all-new EM.Picasso features a significantly enhanced 2.5D MoM simulation engine optimized for modeling of large finite-sized and periodic arrays.
EM.Terrano (Propagation module) features an asymptotic SBR simulator for physics-based, site specific modeling of radio wave propagation. This new engine is full 3D with diffraction modeling. It also features multilayer terrain capability and multilayer walls for both outdoor and indoor propagation, and extensive definition of transmitter and receiver chain parameters for link budget analysis and connectivity maps.
EM.Illumina Physical Optics.module is a 3-D structure simulator for modeling metal structures. Its full-wave Method of Moments (MoM) simulation engine analyzes wire structures or wire-frame models of metallic surfaces and volumes with utmost modeling accuracy.
EM.Libera is a 3D free-space structure simulator for modeling metallic structures. It features a full-wave Method of Moments (MoM) engine for analyzing wire structures or wire-frame models of metallic surfaces and solids. Many RF systems utilize wire antennas like dipoles, monopoles, loops, or arrays of wire antennas. Moreover, in many applications, metallic surface or solid objects can be approximately modeled as wire-frame structures, e.g. wire antennas in the presence of large reflectors or scatterers. Wire-frame models also make a good approximation of metallic target structures for radar cross section (RCS) analysis.
CubeCAD is a comprehensive, parametric, 3D CAD modeler with integrated mesh generation, data processing and visualization capabilities. A highly streamlined visual interface literally puts all of CubeCAD's features at your fingertips. You can build complex 3D models and structures in seconds using a large variety of intuitive mouse-based object creation and transformation tools. Import and export standard CAD formats allow for native construction of complex geometries along with the ability to fly in external CAD models with utmost ease. CubeCAD also features an extensive library of mathematical functions that can be used for construction of new geometries and data or post-processing of existing data.
Introducing the NeoScan Real-Time Probe System
The NEOSCAN® field mapping system is an essential tool for test and evaluation of antennas and phased array systems. It is a unique near-field scanning system capable of accurately measuring aperture-level field distributions with minimal invasiveness to the device or system under test. It can be used for phase characterization and calibration of phased array apertures as well. Unlike the conventional near-field scanning systems that utilize metallic radiators to pick up the fields, the NEOSCAN probes are non-metallic and their operation is based on electro-optic (EO) or magneto-optic (MO) effects. Our field probes feature extremely small EO or MO crystals mounted at the tip of an optical fiber. The small size and absolutely non-metallic parts thus provide the ultimate RF non-invasiveness. The NEOSCAN system provides detailed field maps of passive and active devices and circuits including RFIC's and MMIC's. Such invaluable information can effectively be used for design validation, model verification, fault isolation or performance evaluation of various parts of your RF system.
Consulting and Government Contracting: If you are looking for a fast turnaround design and prototyping source, or considering tapping into the vast benefits of wireless technology without heavily investing in an RF infrastructure, think of EMAG as your enabling partner. We can help you with any stage of your product development cycle. With years of innovative research and product development experience, the EMAG team is now at your service to solve your most challenging problems in the shortest time. We provide a full range of design, fabrication and testing services to customers such as the U.S. Department of Defense, NASA, Michelin, Ford, Raytheon, Rockwell Collins, BAE Systems, and more.
Spun off in 2006, Emagware.com is a division of EMAG Technologies Inc. dedicated to development and distribution of advanced computer aided design tools for electromagnetic and RF applications. Over years of R&D work as part of EMAG Technologies, Emagware.com has actively developed a software environment utilizing cutting edge numerical techniques for solving electromagnetic problems in engineering. Emagware.com now offers a suite of commercial simulation tools with full technical support backed by a dynamic team of practicing engineers with expertise in design, fabrication, prototyping, test and evaluation of circuits and systems.