Keysight Technologies, Inc. introduced the latest release of its powerful Advanced Design System (ADS) software, ADS 2016. The software improves design productivity and speeds circuit and electromagnetic simulation performance. ADS 2016 provides new RF printed circuit board, laminate, module, and silicon RFIC products, as well as technologies, capabilities and other enhancements.
CRFS, a leader in RF spectrum monitoring solutions, has supplied NASA Kennedy Space Center with RFeye real-time signal monitoring, direction finding and geolocation systems. The NASA Electromagnetic Lab (EML) provides ground and flight systems with radio frequency detection, electromagnetic interference troubleshooting, and electromagnetic interference triangulation.Their mission includes 24/7 monitoring of RF emissions across the site to ensure safety and to mitigate undesirable signals interference.
Computer Simulation Technology announced the winners of the CST University Publication Award 2015, an annual prize given to university institutes and researchers for published papers involving applications of electromagnetic simulation.
Ting-Yen Shih, a Ph.D. student from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, was announced the 2015 winner of the FEKO Student Competition. The contest, now in its 11th year, supports engineering education and academic excellence and is aimed at students interested in antennas, microwave devices, bio-electromagnetics, electromagnetic compatibility and other electromagnetic related fields.
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation of Souderton, Pa., has been awarded the contract to provide large broadband RF amplifiers as part of the US Army Electromagnetic Environmental Effects Systems Modernization Program at White Sands Missile Range, Electromagnetic Radiation Effects (EMRE) test complex in New Mexico.
Remcom announces the integration of XFdtd® Electromagnetic Simulation Software and Optenni Lab™ matching circuit optimization software. The Optenni addition enables XFdtd users to more easily generate a matching network topology and initial component values for their device. Once the topology is chosen and physically laid out on the PCB, XFdtd’s Circuit Element Optimizer completes the matching network design process by determining the optimal component values using full wave FDTD simulation, taking electromagnetic phenomena, such as coupling, into account.