Remcom provides electromagnetic simulation and site-specific radio propagation software for analyzing complex EM problems and antenna propagation. We empower design engineers with unique solutions for navigating today's rapidly changing technologies.
Remcom’s products simplify EM analysis for a wide variety of applications including antenna design and placement, 5G MIMO, biomedical applications, SAR validation, microwave devices and waveguides, radar/scattering, wireless propagation, military defense, automotive radar, and more.
XFdtd is full wave 3D electromagnetic simulation software for modeling and analyzing EM field simulation in complex, high-fidelity devices.
Wireless InSite is site-specific radio propagation software for analyzing wireless communication systems, wireless networks, sensors, radars, and other devices that transmit or receive radio waves.
XGtd is high frequency GTD/UTD based software for the design and analysis of antenna systems on complex objects such as vehicles and aircraft.
VariPose is a geometric modeling package for the manipulation and refining of high-resolution human mesh models for the medical and biomedical markets.
Rotman Lens Designer (RLD) is a software tool for the design, synthesis, and analysis of Rotman Lenses and their variants.
A question Remcom is often asked is, “How is Wireless InSite® different from our planning tools?” While every tool is a little different, the most important differences between Wireless InSite and planning tools emerge when users need to simulate 5G mmWave and MIMO systems. This white paper presents ten cues that your organization may need a channel modeling tool like Wireless InSite to supplement your network planning efforts.
Wireless InSite’s Communication System Analyzer provides capabilities for assessing the performance of LTE, WiMAX, 802.11n, and 802.11ac systems. The following example investigates WiFi throughput coverage in a house provided by 802.11ac routers operating at 5 GHz using an 80 MHz bandwidth.
Accurate calculation of RCS at millimeter wave frequencies requires sufficiently detailed geometric representation of the target and physical modeling techniques that capture the scattering effects of small facets. Highly detailed facet models and traditional methods for calculating RCS at these frequencies can often result in very long run times. Using Remcom’s X3D with Physical Optics (PO) and Method of Equivalent Currents (MEC) model for calculating RCS, accurate results can be achieved within reasonable run times.
In this app note, a MIMO antenna is created and simulated to generate return loss, coupling, and gain patterns for several different configurations and operating modes of the device. The ability to form either omni-directional or focused beams is also demonstrated.
Remcom's XFdtd software is well-suited for any microwave device design or analysis task. This Waveguide Examples booklet showcases a collection of five different waveguide applications with downloadable project files.
To accurately predict channel characteristics for millimeter wave frequencies, propagation modeling must account for diffuse scattering effects. This example uses Wireless InSite’s diffuse scattering capability to perform simulations of an indoor wireless network.
With Remcom’s XFdtd EM Simulation Software, there is no limit to the resources you can exploit to solve your EM calculations. By running approximately 160 simulations on NVIDIA’s PSG Cluster, we demonstrate the pros and cons of different combinations of equipment and techniques, including cost considerations for those researching available hardware.
In this example the signal transmission between a massive MIMO base station and a mobile device located in downtown Rosslyn is analyzed using Wireless InSite’s MIMO capability.
This application note presents a new predictive capability for simulating massive MIMO antennas and beamforming in dense urban propagation environments. Wireless InSite MIMO predicts the complex channel matrix for mobile devices within a small cell. Beamforming techniques are used to display the actual physical beams and evaluate signal power and interference, including pilot contamination distortion.
This application example demonstrates Wireless InSite's Transceivers capability, which provides a quick way to set up and model ad hoc networks where nodes can act as both a transmitter and receiver.
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