CST – Computer Simulation Technology

CST STUDIO SUITE 2017 Technology Highlights

 

CST Studio Suite® is an industry-standard electromagnetic (EM) simulation tool for microwave, radio frequency and optical product design. CST Studio Suite 2017, introduces a range of new features and improvements to increase the versatility and performance of EM simulation.

This eSeminar will highlight updates to CST Studio Suite 2017, including features that are relevant to microwave and RF, antennas and bio-EM. It will introduce Filter Designer 3D for cross-coupled and diplexer filter design, the Interference Task for co-site interference analysis, and the Conjugate Heat Transfer Solver for electronics cooling.

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