EM Simulation


Naval vessels and military aircraft, as well as other military systems, are at risk from weaponry that makes use of radar or infrared targeting systems. To reduce the risk of these threats it is desirable to minimize the radar cross section (RCS) and infrared (IR) signatures to make the platform less visible and therefore to increase the platform’s survivability and its ability to successfully perform its mission.

The X-MWsystem from X-Microwave is a complete modular building block eco-system including a broad offering of RF and microwave components, an innovative Prototype Station and a FREE online System Simulator.  The X-MWsystem can be used to seamlessly navigate thru the product development process from simulation to prototype to production hardware.

Sonnet provides Cadence Virtuoso users with an integrated high frequency EM model extractor. Sonnet’s API for Virtuoso enables the RFIC designer to configure and run a full wave high frequency electromagnetic (EM) model extraction for a layout or Pcell, extract accurate electrical models, and create a schematic symbol for electrical simulation and post-layout verification. You can take advantage of Sonnet’s accuracy without leaving the Cadence environment.

AWR's AXIEM™ 3D planar electromagnetic (EM) software is an industry first to deliver EM analysis as a true upfront design technology

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.

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 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.

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.