Products and Services

  1. CST MPHYSICS STUDIO – Thermal and Mechanical Stress Analysis
    3/25/2013

    CST MPHYSICS STUDIO® (CST MPS) is seamlessly integrated into CST STUDIO SUITE®, enhancing the EM simulation tools by adding the ability to calculate thermal and mechanical stress effects. This easy-to-use tool allows a multiphysics approach for the complete simulation of devices.

  2. NI AWR Design Environment™ V12.02
    2/18/2016

    The new NI AWR Design Environment™ V12.02 is an all-inclusive simulator system composed of Microwave Office, Visual System Simulator™ (VSS), Analog Office, AXIEM, and Analyst™. The new system is an advanced version of the V12, offering new load-pull features as well as improvements to the Analyst 3D element method electromagnetic simulator and layout, and to NI AWR Design Environment modeling, scripting, and stability analysis.

  3. Automotive Radar Simulation Software
    6/20/2019

    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.

  4. Re-Entry Vehicle Toolbox
    12/29/2016

    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.

  5. CST STUDIO SUITE® Student Edition
    5/27/2015

    The CST STUDIO SUITE® Student Edition is a free, downloadable program developed to introduce students to the world of electromagnetic simulation. This edition provides access to CST’s powerful visualization engine and some of the most advanced solvers of CST STUDIO SUITE, in order to make Maxwell’s equations easier than ever to understand.

  6. Researching the Impact of Wind Turbines on Radar Returns
    10/24/2013

    Wind turbines located near a radar installation can significantly interfere with the ability of the radar to operate properly.  Remcom provides radar scattering expertise for government-funded research efforts into the impact that wind turbines and wind farms have on radar returns for Air Traffic Control (ATC) radar, early warning radar, weather radar, and instrumentation radar. 

  7. FEKO Suite 7.0
    10/30/2013

    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.

  8. Sonnet’s Cadence Virtuoso Interface
    7/28/2011
    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.
  9. Physical Optics.module
    11/12/2010
    EM.CUBE's PhysicalOptics.module is a 3-D asymptotic simulator for modeling of electromagnetic scattering from metal structures.
  10. Full Wave Matching Circuit Optimization in XFdtd®
    5/4/2015

    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.