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Computer Simulation Technology (CST) previews CST STUDIO SUITE™ 2010, including a new solver module for electrically large structures at EuMW, booth # 527.
Engineers who are confronted with electromagnetic problems will benefit from CST’s latest software release, CST STUDIO SUITE version 2010, and its multitude of powerful new solver options, features and functionality.
Thanks to CST’s complete technology concept, which offers different solution options within one design environment, a wide range of MW and RF applications can be analyzed without leaving the familiar, easy-to-use interface. CST has further extended its range of high frequency solvers in CST MICROWAVE STUDIO®, this time adding an asymptotic solver. This solver is based on the Shooting Bouncing Ray method, an extension to physical optics, and is capable of tackling simulations with an electric size of many thousands of wavelengths such as radar cross section analysis.
CST MWS’ frequency domain solver is a widely used tool in the EM simulation world. After the introduction of true geometry adaptation with version 2009, the inclusion of third and mixed order elements will further increase simulation efficiency and speed. The frequency domain solver is also the first solver to feature CST’s new sensitivity analysis approach.
Engineers working on electromagnetic compatibility will appreciate the integration of CST MICROSTRIPES™ into CST STUDIO SUITE. This facilitates access to features particularly valuable in EMC simulations, such as compact models and Octree meshing within the well-know design environment.
“This release is a milestone in the area of electromagnetic simulation. No other software package delivers solutions for this breadth of EM applications ,” stated Dr. Bernhard Wagner, Managing Director, Sales and Marketing, CST. “Focus is important and we will continue to put all our resources and energy into this exciting engineering field.”
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