1. Modeling an Ad Hoc Network with Transceivers

    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.

  2. Antenna Coupling On An Aircraft

    This application example demonstrates the coupling between antennas mounted to the fuselage of a Boeing 757 using Remcom’s XGtd EM Analysis Software, developed specifically for electrically-large platforms.

  3. Wireless InSite Simulation Of MIMO Antennas For 5G Telecommunications

    To keep up with rising demand and new technologies, the wireless industry is researching a wide array of solutions for 5G, the next generation of wireless networking. Technologies based on Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO), including Massive MIMO, are among key concepts. Remcom’s Wireless InSite provides an efficient method to predict channel characteristics for large-array MIMO antennas in complex multipath environments.

  4. Government Contracting

    Remcom has a long history of providing development and analysis services for government customers. The Propagation Software Division collaborates on government contracts, provides support for the U.S. DOD and other government agencies, and is available for collaboration on SBIR and STTR contracts.

  5. Application Example: Touchscreen 3x4 Diamond

    The capacitance matrices for a 3x4 touchscreen are analyzed in an unloaded and loaded case. Based on the changes in capacitance, the location of the 1mm stylus is identified.

  6. XFdtd Touchscreen Capacitance Computation Brochure

    Capacitive sensors measure changes in capacitance to detect differences in their environment.  They are commonly used as touchscreens to detect the location of fingers or a stylus on the screens of smart phones, tablets, computer screens, music players, and computer touch pads, though many other uses exist in scientific research and industry.  Remcom’s XFdtd EM Simulation Software can compute the capacitance of complex sensor designs, allowing the designer to choose the best geometry for their needs without prototyping.

  7. Application Example: Matching Network Design For GPS/ Bluetooth Antenna

    This application note describes how the XFdtd's Circuit Element Optimizer is used to determine optimal matching component values for a dual purpose antenna.

  8. Brochure: Full Wave Matching Circuit Optimization In XFdtd

    Determining the final set of component values in a matching network can be a challenging process.  XFdtd’s Circuit Element Optimizer simplifies and speeds the process of matching the antenna.

  9. White Paper: Overview Of XFdtd’s Circuit Element Optimizer

    XFdtd® 3D Electromagnetic Simulation Software is designed to analyze antenna and matching circuit structures using the full wave Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) simulation method. XF’s Circuit Element Optimizer utilizes full wave analysis of the software to select the component values for a given printed circuit board (PCB) layout.

  10. Benefits Of Time-Domain Electromagnetic Simulation For Automotive Radar

    The requirements for automotive radar sensors in common ranges - such as 24 GHz and 77 GHz - are becoming more stringent and engineers need to understand how design decisions affect performance.