Sonnet software is dedicated to the development of high-frequency electromagnetic (EM) analysis software. At Sonnet, we provide a full line of Electromagnetic (EM) EDA software products optimal for high-frequency analysis.
Sonnet's suites of high-frequency EM Software are aimed at today's demanding design challenges involving predominantly planar (3D planar) circuits and antennas. Predominantly planar circuits include microstrip, stripline, coplanar waveguide, PCB (single and multiple layers) and combinations with vias, vertical metal sheets (z-directed strips), and any number of layers of metal traces embedded in stratified dielectric material.
At Sonnet, we've been developing 3D planar EM software since 1983, and our software has earned a solid reputation as the world's most accurate commercial planar EM analysis package for single and multi-layer planar circuits and antennas.
Sonnet Software Inc., founded by Dr. Rautio, is a private company, dedicated completely to the development of commercial EM software. We take great pride in providing quality technical support for our products--which we believe to be very important for high-end technical software products.
Sonnet is based in Syracuse, NY, USA with representatives across the globe.
What we offer:
- Extracts high frequency parasitics, DC and RF skin effect loss, dielectric losses and radiation losses for arbitrary planar circuit and antenna layouts
- Provides current density and far-field radiation patterns of planar circuits and antennas
- Reliable from kHz frequencies through THz frequencies
- Sonnet offers Robust framework interfaces and translators
- Free EM Modeling for Planar Circuits with Sonnet Lite (Student Version)
Mathematical physicist, he is best remembered as the creator of the electromagnetic theory of light waves. He formulated a set of equations, expressing the basic laws of electricity and magnetism now called Maxwell equations in his honor. He is also credited with developing the first permanent color photograph in 1861. He demonstrated that electric and magnetic fields travel through the space in the form of waves.
This digitized version of Maxwell’s biography, was made possible by Dr. James C. Rautio, who converted the images into word processor files (by means of OCR, Optical Character Recognition, software) so that others might enjoy the book as well. The book is in three parts: 1) A description of his life, 2) A description of his scientific works, 3) A collection of his poetry.
“I hope you enjoy discovering the personal side of one of the giants upon whose shoulders we stand.”
--James C. Rautio
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