CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Design and Analysis of Antennas for a Modern Smartwatch

 

Wearable electronics pose many challenges for the antenna design engineer. When designing wearable consumer electronics in particular, rapidly evolving performance requirements, new usage scenarios and regulatory constraints make the ability to accurately and efficiently evaluate and consider different design options critical in being competitive. In this eSeminar, we will look at some of the challenges facing antenna designers in the design of a new smartwatch product. The presentation will explore some design examples and discuss the design and analysis approaches in relation to the regulatory as well as electromagnetic and mechanical performance requirements for a typical commercial smartwatch.

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