Couplers and Dividers

Apollo Microwaves accelerates component design with CST STUDIO SUITE

Apollo Microwaves accelerates component design with CST STUDIO SUITE Document type
Apollo Microwaves is a leading supplier of microwave communication components and sub-systems for the satellite and wireless communication industries. They design and manufacture both standard and custom-engineered components for frequencies ranging from 1 GHz to 60 GHz, which means that their product range needs to be very wide. Read full article..

Optimization of a Reflector Antenna System

Optimization of a Reflector Antenna System Document type
In this paper a modular approach using the so-called System Assembly and Modeling (SAM) of CST STUDIO SUITE® is used to optimize a reflector antenna system in a piecewise manner. The results are compared to a full system simulation. It is shown that a similar accuracy to that of the full system simulation can be attained with the modular approach with a much shorter simulation time and using less computational resources. Read full article..

Optimization of a Reflector Antenna System Webinar

Optimization of a Reflector Antenna System Webinar
The optimization of high gain reflector antennas presents a real challenge for conventional simulation tools. The range of geometric sizes and physical operating principles means that significant improvements in simulation time can be obtained by the clever combination of different numerical techniques. This webinar will describe how the new smart assembly mode simulation system in CST STUDIO SUITE 2011 enables the engineer to model complex reflector antenna and feed systems efficiently and accurately. Read full article..

Optimisation of a 10-Way Conical Power Combiner

Optimisation of a 10-Way Conical Power Combiner
This article describes the use of CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® in simulating and optimising a 10-way conical transmission line power combiner operating at X-band (6-14 GHz). Simulated and measured results are compared. Read full article..

X-Band Squintless Horn Antenna Array (96 elements)

X-Band Squintless Horn Antenna Array (96 elements)
This article concerns the design of a X-Band squintless horn antenna array consisting out of 96 radiating elements. The full design of the 2.4m antenna blank (including the simultaneous excitation of all 96 arms) has been performed within CST MICROWAVE STUDIO®. The simulated results have been in an excellent agreement with compact range measurements. Read full article..

CST MWS Simulation of the SARAF RFQ 1.5 MeV/ nucleon proton/deuteron accelerator

CST MWS Simulation of the SARAF RFQ 1.5 MeV/ nucleon proton/deuteron accelerator Document type
J. Rodnizki, Soreq NRC - The SARAF RFQ is a four rod RFQ, operating at a frequency of 176 MHz, designed to bunch and accelerate a 4 mA deuteron/proton beam from 20 keV/nucleon DC up to 1.5 MeV/nucleon CW. Read full article..

Transient Co-Simulation of a Hybrid Ring Mixer with Matching Network

Transient Co-Simulation of a Hybrid Ring Mixer with Matching Network
This article demonstrates a strong feature of CST STUDIO SUITE™: Co-Simulation of a hybrid mixer with CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) and CST DESIGN STUDIO™ (CST DS). A full 3D model is simulated and matched to a network using the in-built circuit simulator. Measured results compare well to the simulated results. Read full article..

Optical Ring-Coupler Simulation using CST MICROWAVE STUDIO®

Optical Ring-Coupler Simulation using CST MICROWAVE STUDIO®
CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® can be succesfully applied to optical problems as shown in this example of an optical ring coupler solved up to 250 THz. Read full article..

Klystron Output Resonator - Particle-in-Cell (PIC) Simulation

Klystron Output Resonator - Particle-in-Cell (PIC) Simulation
This article shows the simulation of a klystron output resonator. The simulation was performed using the Particle in Cell (PIC) code of CST PARTICLE STUDIO™. The PIC code is embedded in the transient solver of CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® and benefits therefore from a mature environment. Read full article..

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