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.
Blink is the industry’s first modeling software to offer two different EM (electromagnetic) solvers for the design of passive devices. It allows IC designers to model new passive devices within a normal Cadence Virtuoso based integrated circuit design flow. It quickly characterizes spiral inductors, baluns, transformers, MIM caps, interdigitated capacitors, and transmission lines for RFIC and mixed signal IC design.
AWR's AXIEM™ 3D planar electromagnetic (EM) software is an industry first to deliver EM analysis as a true upfront design technology
The GALILEO-EMT toolkit is a part of the IDS GALILEO SUITE and is designed to cover the gap between an efficient Maxwell equations solver and a professional tool for challenging real life industrial problems.
WaveFarer™ is a high-fidelity radar simulator for drive scenario modeling at frequencies up to and beyond 79 GHz. Near-field propagation and scattering methods compute raw radar returns from target objects while considering multi-path interactions from ground reflections and other structures.
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.