EM Simulation

PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

The AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation emcware® 5.0 is a comprehensive EMC test software for radiated susceptibility, conducted immunity, radiated emissions, and conducted emissions. The emcware® provides automated Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) testing and report generation for all types of EMC test laboratories.

EM Software’s Automotive Electronics Software (FEKO) can be used in several automotive applications including antenna placement analysis, GPS receiver optimization, GSM transceivers, collision avoidance radars, EMC analysis for arbitray cable bundles and cable paths, radiation hazard analysis, crosstalk/communication interference minimization, and more.

Rohde & Schwarz provides a range of customizable EMC test systems that deliver turnkey automated execution of EMC measurements to meet demanding requirements. As an industry leader for EMI test receivers and broadband amplifiers, Rohde & Schwarz has all the core components required to assemble a complete system.

Wireless InSite® is a suite of ray-tracing models and high-fidelity EM solvers for the analysis of site-specific radio wave propagation and wireless communication systems. The RF propagation software provides efficient and accurate predictions of EM propagation and communication channel characteristics in complex urban, indoor, rural and mixed path environments.

IE3D from Mentor Graphics, formerly Zeland Software is the first SCALABLE EM design and verification platform that delivers the modeling accuracy for the combined needs of high-frequency circuit design and signal integrity engineers across multiple design domains.
EM.CUBE IS AN INDUSTRY RECOGNIZED SOFTWARE SUITE FOR MODELING AND SIMULATION OF RF SYSTEM ENGINEERING PROBLEMS.

Determining the final set of component values in a matching network can be a challenging process.  Traditionally, RF engineers have had to simplify and idealize their matching circuits in schematics that are separated from the EM simulation.  This simplification into a lumped element schematic requires perfect grounds and leaves out the coupling and transmission line effects of the interconnect metal and the antennas.

The challenges involved with measuring an antenna’s radiation characteristics when it’s mounted on a large platform stem from the fact that it’s very difficult to accurately simulate an antenna’s interaction with an electrically large environment.