Featured Videos

  1. How To Simulate Throughput For A New Device Design
    6/13/2018

    Many engineers want to know how to calculate the throughput for a new antenna design, especially for 5G applications. Jeff Barney from Remcom walked us through the process of simulating the antenna element, modeling the channel propagation, and calculating the throughput modulation. Check out the video for more in-depth information, as well as a specific example of measuring the throughput of WiFi in a house.

  2. WaveFarer™ Automotive Radar Simulation Software
    7/18/2018

    WaveFarer is a unique software tool created specifically for automotive radar sensor design and placement.  It enables Tier 1 suppliers to virtually test and refine results earlier in the design process, improving installed sensor performance.

  3. Channel Modeling For 5G Demonstration
    7/14/2017

    This video is a demonstration that shows how Wireless InSite meets 3GPP and METIS channel modeling requirements for 5G technologies.

  4. Massive MIMO Beamforming In Motion
    11/2/2016

    These animations show the beam formed from a massive MIMO base station (green dot) to a mobile device moving along a route (large red dot), in the presence of 15 other stationary devices (red circles). 

  5. Demonstration of Full-Wave Matching Circuit Optimization in XFdtd
    11/24/2015

    This video gives a demonstration of Full Wave Antenna Matching Circuit Optimization using XFdtd's Circuit Element Optimizer (CEO). The antenna matching circuit design flow is discussed, including CEO's analysis of a given PCB layout. Predicted S-parameters and optimal component value results for two different frequency bands are also shown.

  6. Tuning A Microstrip Lens In Rotman Lens Designer (RLD) And Options For Importing To XFdtd
    7/14/2017

    In this video, a Remcom engineer walks through the steps to set up and tune a Ku Band microstrip lens in Rotman Lens Designer (RLD). We populate the physical, electrical, and transmission line properties and analyze the performance of the lens by plotting the array factor and beam to array phase error. This data helps us to further tune the lens by adjusting the focal ratio and beam port excitation, and then we export the S-Parameters. Finally, we discuss the various options for exporting the file and importing into XFdtd EM Simulation Software, including the use of a customized script. The script import method automatically sets up the ports and also includes the material properties.

  7. Introduction To MIMO Capability In Wireless InSite
    12/16/2016

    Wireless InSite MIMO accurately predicts multipath between transmitting and receiving elements with precision and reveals key channel characteristics in a timely manner.  With optimizations that minimize runtime and memory constraints, Wireless InSite efficiently simulates even the large arrays present in Massive MIMO systems.  This webinar will walk through an indoor propagation example to demonstrate the Wireless InSite workflow with a special focus on the new MIMO capability.

  8. XFdtd and Optenni Lab Integration for Matching Circuit Design
    11/24/2015

    Remcom's XFdtd 3D EM simulator integrates with Optenni Lab for antenna matching circuit optimization. This brief video shows the highlights of the workflow and integration using a GPS and Bluetooth mobile device antenna.

  9. Waveguide Ports In XFdtd
    10/11/2012

    Remcom’s XFdtd® is 3D Electromagnetic Simulation Software. This video highlights its ability to work with waveguide ports and includes information on the software’s features, its waveguide interface types, and type of information it’s able to record, and more. 

  10. Wireless InSite Intro Series: Defining And Placing Receiver Sets
    7/14/2017

    This video demonstrates the antenna sets within Wireless InSite and walks users through the available options. Users will also learn how to assemble an antenna set and choose their antenna pattern. The video also covers Wireless InSite's visualization tools, which allow the user to see how their antennas are oriented within the antenna set.