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.
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Ensuring Antennas Perform Correctly in their Environment
Electromagnetic field simulators are routinely used to design antenna structures and achieve the desired performance, including radiation pattern directivity and gain, polarization, standing wave ratio (SWR), and other pertinent parameters. However,...
Reconfigurable Antenna Simulation
Reconfigurable antennas have been an active topic of research for a number of years now. But this up-and-coming field is now becoming increasingly interesting for industry because of the requirement for antennas to provide additional functionality and...
Antenna Magus Version 5: Synthesis to Meet Specification
From satellites to motor vehicles; from mobile telephones to radio-telescopes – a vast array of different antenna types are used in almost every modern industry and application. Engineers and system designers are regularly faced with the task of improving...
Microwave Engineering Europe's (MWEE) EM simulation benchmark has become quite a tradition over the last few years, enticing some of the best known software providers to put their diverse simulation methods to the test. The balanced Vivaldi antenna posed...
Beamforming Patch Array Antenna and Butler Matrix Simulation
The design of a Switched Beam Smart Antenna Array, capable of pointing at targets in real time, is demonstrated in this article and is based on a microstrip patch array with Butler Matrix feed. The design stages are performed using a combination of CST...
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