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MAGUS Ltd, EM Software & Systems-S.A. (EMSS) Ltd, Computer Simulation Technology AG (CST), announced the version 4.0 release of Antenna Magus. It has crossed the 200 antenna mark, giving rise to the claims that it is the world’s leading antenna design tool. Antennas can be designed for a wide range of objectives and validated simulation models of user-designed antennas can be exported to FEKO®, CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® and AWR DESIGN ENVIRONMENT®.
Antenna Magus 4.0 offers application specific designs which are optimised for various applications like WLAN, GPS and other broadband applications. This new capability focusses on solving application specific problems where design objectives are predefined by the application area, or where complex topologies preclude algorithmic synthesis as a design approach. Users can now explore and investigate multiple novel antenna topologies, accessing designs that have been pre-optimised to meet industry specific standards for relevant applications.
“In the few short years since we first released, Antenna Magus has grown to an impressive collection of antennas and antenna design tools – realising its potential as the indispensable antenna synthesis tool,” stated Brian Woods, Managing Director, MAGUS (Pty) Ltd
He continued, “Our team of engineers and software developers have done ground breaking work, researching and capturing practical antenna topologies, which are presented in a way that is accessible and useful to both inexperienced engineers and antenna experts. Version 4.0 sees the introduction of some exciting new antenna design and array synthesis options that enhance the capabilities in many application areas. The knowledge and engineering content available through Antenna Magus continues to grow, making it a more powerful and flexible tool with every update.”
Antenna Magus Version 4.0 can be purchased through any FEKO or CST reseller.
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