Antenna technology is constantly advancing to meet the growing demands of industry. Likewise, Remcom has been keeping pace in order to provide engineers with a suite of tools that match their processes and help them meet their design requirements.
Some of the antenna analysis areas Remcom specializes in include:
- WiFi/Wireless LAN/WiMAX
- Mobile Devices (cellular, Bluetooth, GPS)
- Antenna Arrays
- General Antenna
Remcom’s customers’ interests range from simple academic examples to the latest cellular devices containing multiple antennas and hundreds of components. Models can be analyzed in XFdtd for efficiencies, dissipated power, SAR, radiation patters, reflection coefficients and more. Plus, XFdtd embraces parametric analysis and exploits the computational power of GPUs.
Integrated Antennas/Antenna Placement Analysis
Remcom’s tools ensure proper design and placement of antennas in almost any application. Our tools can work alone or together for a complete analysis of how an antenna will perform. For example, simulate your model’s 3D fields in XFdtd, then import the antenna into XGtd to determine optimal placement on a large structure such as a satellite, aircraft, or ship. Or, import into Wireless InSite to see how the antenna’s signal is
affected as a vehicle moves through a realistic city or rural scene.
Examples of antenna integration/placement analysis applications:
- Aircraft Mounted
- Vehicle Mounted
- Human Interaction Placement
Visit Remcom’s complete product pages for more information about how we can help your antenna design and analysis projects:
XFdtd: 3D EM simulation software that provides engineers with powerful and innovative tools for modeling and EM software simulation.
Rotman Lens Designer: A tool for the design, synthesis, and analysis of Rotman Lenses.
XGtd: A high frequency GTD/UTD based package for the design and analysis of antenna systems on complex objects such as vehicles and aircraft.
Wireless InSite: A radio propagation analysis package for analyzing the impact of the physical environment on the performance of wireless communication systems.
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