Today’s engineers are increasingly confronted with simulation tasks that involve the simulation of two types of problems: 3D electromagnetic structures and electronic circuits. The combination of these problems is commonly referred to as EM / circuit co-simulation. Not only can a distinction be made between the methods used to perform a co-simulation, but also in the type of co-simulations available. The need for co-simulation can be seen in many application areas such as antenna design, filter tuning, UWB applications, PCB and signal integrity analysis, RFIDs, etc.
An RJ45 connector model imported from Pro/E® is simulated in CST MICROWAVE STUDIO®. The time domain waveforms show good correlation to the TDR measurements. Model and results courtesy of North East Systems Associates (NESA).
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