As device performance is pushed to new levels by the increasing demands of 5G high frequency systems, the need for more comprehensive analysis tools for complex antenna systems continues to grow. Remcom’s XFdtd® Electromagnetic Simulation Software contains analysis tools for rapidly characterizing the performance of arrays of antennas for beamforming and beam steering applications. In this article from the July 2020 issue of Microwave Journal, we demonstrate how XF’s superposition and array optimization features simplify the process for understanding device performance by providing efficient ways to validate array coverage.
This webinar demonstrates XFdtd’s singularity correction and multi-port tuner features. Learn how XF is ins...
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XFdtd 7.10 introduces a schematic editor and frequency-domain circuit solver for analyzing matching networks and corporate feed networks.
This webinar demonstrates the strengths of XFdtd and Wireless InSite for designing and simulating smart home devices.
In this example, a 140 GHz slot antenna array excited by a substrate integrated cavity is analyzed in XFdtd for use in wireless communications.
Watch this webinar to learn how XFdtd's transient EM/circuit co-simulation feature can effectively resolve ESD vulnerabilities earlier in the design process and prevents future certification setbacks
This whitepaper introduces XFdtd’s transient EM/circuit co-simulation capability, which combines the strength of 3D full-wave electromagnetic simulation with the flexibility of circuit solvers.
This example discusses the performance, as simulated by XFdtd EM Simulation Software, of a generic remote camera that provides video surveillance around the house for security monitoring.
In this example, XFdtd is used to analyze a conical horn antenna to radiate a lower frequency band at 94 GHz and a tapered dielectric strip to carry the higher band of 340 GHz.
In this example a cylindrical dielectric resonator is simulated in XFdtd to show how the excitation of higher order modes HEM113 and HEM115 can be used to produce wide bandwidth good gain performance.
In this example, XFdtd is used to analyze two cylindrical dielectric resonator antennas (DRA) which have been developed for dual-polarization performance for different bands.
This example demonstrates how XFdtd simulates a 60 GHz cylindrical dielectric resonator antenna intended for wireless personal area network (WPAN) use.
In this example, a circularly polarized dielectric resonator antenna is simulated in XFdtd to generate return loss, gain patterns, broadside gain versus frequency, and axial ratio.
This example uses XFdtd to show the performance of a MU-MIMO WiFi router with antenna arrays for 2.4, 5, and 6-7 GHz ranges for 802.11a/b/g/n/ac uses with added capability for 802.11ax at 6 GHz.
In this presentation, we discuss analyzing and optimizing an aperture coupled 1x4 patch antenna array with a compact, fan-shaped feeding network for operation in 60 GHz band using XFdtd.
This webinar demonstrates XFdtd’s singularity correction and multi-port tuner features. Learn how XF is instrumental in antenna design, MRI design, power density analysis, and ESD analysis.
This webinar introduces XF’s collection of ESD simulation features and demonstrates how to minimize the chance of undetected damage prior to hardware testing.
This paper outlines the advantages of FDTD EM simulation for analyzing antenna-in-system designs that include both the antenna package and the automobile body features surrounding the device.
Various designs of a dual-band antenna constructed from textile fabrics for use in a wearable application are evaluated using XFdtd.
Wireless power transfer is an emerging technology used in many applications. This presentation shows how XFdtd can be used to simulate and analyze wireless charging systems.
Modern antennas utilize MIMO technology in order to meet consumer demands for high data rates. As such, throughput is a required design metric when evaluating one antenna design versus another.
This example demonstrates simulation results for beams and possible plots of coverage from the full array and combinations of sub-arrays.