EMIT (electromagnetic interference toolkit) is a type of simulation software used to predict EMI (electromagnetic interference) in complex RF environments containing multiple transmitters and receivers, and to predict in-band and out-of-band interference effects for all Tx/Rx (transmitter/receiver) pairs in the scene.
FEKO Suite 7.0 sees the addition of a Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) solver to its comprehensive set of powerful computational methods as well as the hybridization of the Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (MLFMM) with Physical Optics (PO). Three new import file formats are also now available.
FEKO software is a comprehensive electromagnetic (EM) analysis software suite, building on state of the art computational EM (CEM) techniques to provide users with software that can solve a wide range of electromagnetic problems.
The challenges involved with measuring an antenna’s radiation characteristics when it’s mounted on a large platform stem from the fact that it’s very difficult to accurately simulate an antenna’s interaction with an electrically large environment.
Precision filter designers are often faced with the need to optimize filter designs using highly accurate full wave microwave electromagnetic (EM) solvers to overcome modeling limitations in standard microwave circuit simulators. However, using an EM solver within an optimization process can be very time-consuming.
XFdtd 3D EM Simulation Software provides engineers with powerful and innovative tools for modeling and EM simulation. It’s tremendously fast by leveraging NVIDIA’s most advanced CUDA-enabled GPUs. And it’s easy to use and engineered to replicate real-world processes.
Applications include antenna design and placement, biomedical, EMI/EMC, microwave devices, radar and scatting, SAR validation, and more.
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FEKO software is a comprehensive computational electromagnetics (CEM) code based on the accurate "full wave" Method of Moments (MoM). The leading implementation of the Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (MLFMM) and the MoM hybrid with asymptotic high frequency techniques (PO and UTD) allows simulation of electrically large problems, e.g. antenna placement. Several techniques including Finite Element Method (FEM) available for dielectric regions.