Electrostatic discharge testing is utilized worldwide by electronics manufacturers to determine the ESD susceptibility of their devices. It is extremely difficult to estimate the exact cost of ESD loss annually, but it can safely be stated that ESD requires the development and testing of many hardware prototypes and contributes to a high number of warranty claims and loss of consumer confidence if failure occurs in the hands of the customer. Given the high cost in time and materials associated with ESD hardware testing, the ability to simulate the ESD testing process in XFdtd is extremely valuable, allowing engineers to pinpoint locations susceptible to ESD damage and optimize ESD mitigation during the concept and design stage of product development.
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.
The ANSYS HFSS is industry standard software made to simulate 3-D full-wave electromagnetic fields. The HFSS features gold-standard accuracy, and advanced solver and high-performance computing technology, making it ideal for designing high-frequency and high-speed electronics found in communication systems, radar systems, satellites, smart phones, and tablet devices.
AWR's AXIEM™ 3D planar electromagnetic (EM) software is an industry first to deliver EM analysis as a true upfront design technology
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.
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 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.
Sonnet’s high frequency electromagnetic (EM) software can be used in the analysis of microwave circuit discontinuities, arbitrary microstrip and stripline circuits, planar (patch) antennas, planar spiral inductors, RFIC and MMIC circuits, multi-layer circuits like LTCC and PCB technology, planar filter analysis, and high density interconnects.