EM Simulation


EM.GRIDâ„¢ is EM.CUBE's flexible data visualization and analysis module. GRID is an acronym for Graphical Representation of Input Data. You can call EM.GRID at the end of a simulation from any one of EM.CUBE's computational modules to plot output data graphs. EM.GRID can also be used as a stand-alone application to visualize any data files with acceptable formats. You can plot graphs of data, customize the graphs and print them or copy them to other applications such as word processors, spreadsheets or presentation software.

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

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 ArchiTek™ FPGA Development Suite is designed to allow FPGA design engineers to add custom IP to a number of Pentek's Talon recording systems. FPGA IP can be added to the recorder to provide real-time, on-the-fly digital signal processing during the data acquisition process, greatly reducing the time associated with post-processing recorded data. ArchiTek provides a simple development environment that allows engineers to add FPGA IP such as threshold detection, spectral filtering, digital downconversion, demodulation, or any other digital signal processing technique required.

Design requirements for 24 GHz and 77 GHz automotive radar sensors are becoming more stringent as consumers increase demand for applications like blind spot detection (BSD) and lane change assistance (LCA). In turn, the engineering departments at Tier 1 suppliers like Delphi, Autoliv, and Continental are advancing technology in order to win bids from OEMs like BMW, Audi, and Chrysler.

Simulation technology has also advanced to meet design requirements.  Remcom offers an integrated approach from sensor design to drive test scenarios.

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.

FEKO Suite 7.0 sees the addition of a Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) solver to its comprehensive set of powerful computational methods as well as the hybridization of the Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (MLFMM) with Physical Optics (PO). Three new import file formats are also now available.