EM Simulation


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.

FEKO software is a comprehensive electromagnetic (EM) analysis software suite, building on state of the art computational EM (CEM) techniques to provide users with software that can solve a wide range of electromagnetic problems.

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.

XF leverages the EM principle of superposition to quickly analyze port phase combinations with a single simulation.

IDS offers its expertise in electromagnetic and design management with the EMACS (Electromagnetic Control and Survey) software designed to apply advanced simulation techniques to assess the performance of communication, navigation, and surveillance systems. EMACS is composed of a modular set of validated 3D modeling and simulation tools specialized for working with electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electromagnetic interference (EMI) issues.

The Galileo Suite from IDS is an electromagnetic environment modeling and simulation tool designed for use in virtual testing applications within the naval, aeronautical, and space industries. From single antennas to complex platforms, the Galileo Suite assists engineers in the design and simulation of electromagnetic systems and devices.

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.

Precision filter designers are often faced with the need to optimize filter designs using highly accurate full wave microwave electromagnetic (EM) solvers to overcome modeling limitations in standard microwave circuit simulators. However, using an EM solver within an optimization process can be very time-consuming.