• Which Products are you interested in ?

    CST offers a wide range of EM simulation software to address design challenges across the electromagnetic spectrum, from static and low frequency to microwave and RF, for a range of applications, including EDA & electronics, EMC & EMI and charged particle dynamics.

  • CST STUDIO SUITE
  • CST EMC STUDIO
  • CST BOARDCHECK
  • Antenna Magus
  • IdEM
  • FEST3D
  • Optenni Lab
  • Looking for a Training, Workshop or eSeminar ?

    CST STUDIO SUITE® is being demonstrated at trade shows and workshops all over the world. Take a look at the list of conferences and exhibitions CST will be attending and get further information regarding CST workshops, eSeminars and training days.

  • TrainingsRegular training courses are held in CST's offices in Asia, Europe, and North America. Please check our trainings section for detail of trainings in all over the globe. Advance registration is normally required.

  • WorkshopsCST hosts workshops in multiple languages and in countries around the world. Workshops provide an opportunity to learn about specific applications and refresh your skills with experienced CST support staff. Make sure you visit our workshop section.

  • eSeminarsThroughout the year, CST simulation experts present eSeminars on the applications, features and usage of our software. You can also view past eSeminars by searching our archive and filtering for the markets or industries that interest you most.

  • Check our latest Events
  • Why create a MyCST Account ?

    A MyCST account may facilitate your access to many of the offerings on the CST website, for example the registration for eSeminars and the watching of eSeminars recordings, setting email preferences, and there is more functionality to come. It is required to participate in workshops and trainings.

  • Personal PreferencesAllows you to update your email preferences and areas of interest. It helps us to personalize your experience.

  • EventsSearch for events by location, industry and application. Once you are registered, you will be able to manage your registrations and check important details about your events. This section also provides you with a repository for Workshop & Training material.

  • LibraryYou can collect articles you find on the CST website to reference or read later by clicking on the “Add this article” button at the bottom of the article page.

  • Create Your Own Account
  • Need technical Support ?

    Customers can customize their accounts once they have completed the account creation process. This platform acts as vivid interface between CST and our customers.

    We therefore offer access to the latest Service Packs (including an automatic notification that a new Service Pack is available), a steadily growing database of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Application Notes and Training Videos, as well as an individual FTP section for easy exchange of large files with our support team.

  • Do I need an Account?To access the Support Site a valid maintenance contract and a one-time registration is required.

    Please note that your Support login does not work for the MyCST account.

  • Get Support
  • How to request a Trial License ?

    Get your license in only three steps:

    1. Fill in the required fields in the contact form on the right and click "Send Us Your Request".

    2. Lean back and wait until one of our CST Experts contacts you.

    3. Enjoy a our trial license.

  • Student Edition

    Student Edition The CST STUDIO SUITE® Student Edition has been developed with the aim of introducing you to the world of electromagnetic simulation, making Maxwell’s equations easier to understand than ever. With this edition you have, bar some restrictions, access to our powerful visualization engine and some of the most advanced solvers of CST STUDIO SUITE.

    Student Edition

CST – Computer Simulation Technology

CST Webinar Series 2017

Antennas / Microwaves & RF

Since the first release of CST MICROWAVE STUDIO®, developing techniques for microwave and RF simulation has been a cornerstone of CST’s work, and the integration of tools such as Antenna Magus and Filter Designer 3D and 2D into the simulation workflow further widens CST’s MW&RF capabilities. The CST® Webinar Series 2017 will demonstrate how EM simulation can be applied to some of the latest, most active fields of microwave engineering, and will also demonstrate how simulation and measurement can be combined to characterize the RF properties of materials.

Overview of CST Filter Design Technology

The design and analysis of filters can be challenging and simulation can play a vital part of the development process. In this webinar, we will give an overview of the different filter design capabilities of CST STUDIO SUITE, including tools for synthesis and tuning, as well as multiphysics simulation for power handling analysis.

September 14, 2017 | 5 pm CET To the Webinar

Antenna Design for a Connected Home Multimedia Device

This webinar will talk about the simulation techniques and tools that allow new antenna concepts for Internet of Things devices to be developed and tested quickly at a very early design stage, leading to a better connected device and a reduced overall device design time.

November 21, 2017 | 5 pm CETTo the Webinar
 

Automotive Radar Simulation

This webinar will show how CST STUDIO SUITE can be used to perform and study all of the design stages of automotive radars, starting from the basic element which is the antenna, passing by its integration inside a radome before actually placing and calibrating the whole package inside the car.

October 26, 2017 | 5 pm CETTo the Webinar

Cubesat Antenna Design

For cubesats, antenna size and weight is a critical factor for RF performance, structural considerations, aerodynamic and thermal performance. This webinar reviews modern trends of antennas on cubesats, demonstrating how software tools such as Antenna Magus and CST STUDIO SUITE can be used to address antenna design challenges.

October 12, 2017 | 5 pm CETTo the Webinar

Gyrotron Simulation

This webinar will show how to simulate a gyrotron using a 3D Particle in Cell (PIC) Solver. The focus of the webinar will be a simulation of a gyrotron operating at 2nd harmonic frequency. Topics covered include simulation set up and differences between simulation and measurements.

Septemberber 28, 2017 | 5 pm CETTo the Webinar
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