HUBER+SUHNER develops and produces an extensive portfolio of directional and omni-directional antennas for a wide range of indoor and outdoor wireless connections. Among these antennas include Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) for indoor coverage of mobile communication voice and data traffic, antennas with low visual impact and high data-traffic, and many other antennas optimized for wireless transportation communications, WLAN, and WiFi applications.
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:
The Q-Net Satellite Bandwidth Manager is an open, scalable, fully-featured satellite resource management system utilizing new technology that combines unparalleled bandwidth-efficiency with flexible carrier management, and eliminates the choice between TDMA and SCPC solutions.
FEKO software is a comprehensive EM simulation tool, based on state of the art computational electromagnetics techniques. The software enables engineers to solve a wide range of electromagnetic problems.
Optenni Lab speeds up the antenna design process, increasing the productivity of antenna designers. The software has tools for fully automatic matching circuit optimization, estimation of the obtainable bandwidth of the antennas and calculation of the worst-case isolation in multi-antenna systems. These innovative analysis features, along with an intuitive graphical interface, allow the quick evaluation of optimal total performance for antenna designs and concepts. Optenni Lab and CST STUDIO SUITE® are tightly integrated, making the complete antenna design workflow more efficient.
IDS offers Antenna Design Framework and Electromagnetic Satellite (ADF-EMS) software for analyzing structures with a large number of elements to ensure excellent array performance.
The Re-Entry Vehicle Toolbox from the IDS Computational Electromagnetic Laboratory has been integrated into the ADF-EMS v5.1 system. The software aims to provide a set of capabilities for the analysis and optimization of RF links between a re-entry vehicle and ground or satellite relay stations.