Savant is a type of simulation software used to predict installed antenna performance and antenna-to-antenna coupling in complex environments. Its multicore, GPU and MPI parallelized engine accounts for all of the important effects that need to be taken into consideration, including creeping waves, curved surface ray divergence correction, blockage, diffraction, multi-bounce, and PTD wedge correction.
Wireless InSite is site-specific radio propagation software for the analysis of wireless communication systems, wireless networks, sensors, radars, and other devices that transmit or receive radio waves. The software provides efficient and accurate predictions of EM propagation and communication channel characteristics in complex urban, indoor, rural and mixed path environments.
Applications range from military defense to commercial communications:
Blink is the industry’s first modeling software to offer two different EM (electromagnetic) solvers for the design of passive devices. It allows IC designers to model new passive devices within a normal Cadence Virtuoso based integrated circuit design flow. It quickly characterizes spiral inductors, baluns, transformers, MIM caps, interdigitated capacitors, and transmission lines for RFIC and mixed signal IC design.
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.
Trends in automotive safety are pushing radar systems to higher levels of accuracy and reliable target identification for applications like blind spot detection and collision prevention assistance. Consequently, the requirements for automotive radar sensors in common ranges such as 24 GHz and/or 77 GHz are becoming more stringent and engineers need to better understand how design decisions affect performance.
This white paper offers detailed information on the potential power integrity issues from power plane interactions in PCBs, and information on how to combat these issues through simulation software.
Devices designed for free space operation often fail to meet expectations when deployed in their actual environment. This study considers the example of designing a broadband antenna for an unattended ground sensor using Remcom's XFdtd Release 7 (XF7).
Case study on electromagnetic (EM) simulation software used to design metamaterial antennas.
This case study explains how CST MICROWAVE STUDIO electromagnetic simulation software helped predict the behavior of an eASIC integrated circuit and its package and PCB layout in the design phase.
This case study explains how CST STUDIO SUITE® electromagnetic simulation software can be used to help with antenna placement and co-site interference, electromagnetic environmental effects, and other factors that should be considered when designing or specifying an antenna for use in a defense-related application.
This white paper discusses the modeling of microwave cavities and demonstrates how a system for heating test samples was optimized using electromagnetic simulation.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has formed an international alliance with about a dozen telecommunications companies and universities to model and measure wireless channels at much higher frequencies than those used today to hasten the development of future cellphones and other devices.
Remcom announces a new electrostatic solver forXFdtd Electromagnetic Simulation Software. The electrostatic solver enables the use of XFdtd’sCapacitance Matrix Simulation, a critical feature for designing electronics with Touchscreen Panel (TSP) technology.
Remcom announces unique benefits of time-domain electromagnetic simulation for automotive radar sensors via XFdtd 3D EM Simulation Software.
Computer Simulation Technology AG (CST) has announced the winners of the CST University Publication Award 2014, an annual event awarding university institutes and researchers for published papers related to electromagnetic simulation applications.