Understanding the factors affecting antenna performance when installed on real-world platforms is crucial to a sustainable design process.
Antennas are virtually everywhere. From commercial applications such as smartphones, RFID tags, and wireless printers, to defense applications such as phased array antennas for aircraft radar systems or autonomous vehicles, to integrated ground-based communication systems.
Electromagnetic simulation of antenna design and its interaction with the entire system allows designers to evaluate “what if” real life scenarios.
HFSS offers the full suite of simulation tools and technologies for antenna design and placement simulation
HFSS FEM solver and HFSS Optimetrics helps specify antenna placement within smartphones to meet SAR compliance.
Using SBR+ and PO solver, analyze the radiation patterns of the antennas on their platform including the reflection effects of nearby objects.
IE employs the 3D Method of Moments (MoM) technique for efficiently solving open radiation and scattering problems.
The FEM transient solver incorporates HFSS adaptive meshing and analyzes transient applications such as ground penetrating radar (GPR), electrostatic discharge, time domain reflectometry (TDR), and identifying radar cross section (RCS) scattering centers.
A 3D electromagnetic field solver to design high-frequency and high-speed electronic components. Its FEM, IE, asymptotic and hybrid solvers address RF, microwave, IC, PCB and EMI problems.
From increasingly powerful consumer mobile devices to the most advanced design challenges driving manufacturing and critical applications, the future of technology asks more from antennas than ever before. No matter the sector, simulation is the solution to execute high-performance antenna and platform designs with minimal wasted effort and money.
The complexities of antenna design and installation make it very expensive to conduct multiple rounds of real-world tests. Ansys’ physics-based simulation makes it easy to understand and predict antenna performance during the design phase, speeding you through challenges in:
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