Modelithics Inc., provider of the most comprehensive collection of high accuracy equivalent circuit models for RF, microwave, and millimeter-wave devices, announces this year’s major release of the Modelithics® COMPLETE Library™, version 12.1 for NI AWR Design Environment software.
NI announces the availability of the first major release in 2015 of NI AWR Design Environment™ for designers of monolithic microwave integrated circuits, radio-frequency printed circuit boards, modules and more. This release boasts load-pull and antenna- and radar-specific features, as well as ease-of-use improvements, speed enhancements and third-party integration flows for improved stability analysis and design rule checking/layout versus schematic.
NI (formerly AWR Corp.) announces that Nanjing University of Science and Technology (NUST) electronic engineering students have designed a miniaturized bandpass filter (BPF) using NI AWR Design Environment™ software.
NI (formerly AWR Corp.) announces that AWR Connected™ for AMCAD will be on display at the International Microwave Symposium 2015 (IMS 2015), May 18 to 22, in Phoenix in NI Booth #2431. AWR Connected for AMCAD provides ready access between NI AWR Design Environment™ V12 software and AMCAD Engineering stability analysis (STAN) software.
NI (formerly AWR Corp.), will showcase NI AWR software throughout the International Microwave Symposium 2015 (IMS2015) in a number of ways. A preview of V12 NI AWR Design Environment™ software, including new load-pull and antenna features, as well as ease of use, speed enhancements and third-party integration flows, will be on display inside NI booth #2431. IMS2015 runs from May 17-22 in Phoenix.
NI (formerly AWR Corp.) announces that Thales Alenia Space (TAS) Italy has successfully developed a complete RF/microwave flow using NI AWR Design Environment™, dramatically cutting design-to-production times and increasing design reuse.
NI (formerly AWR Corp.) announces that a student at Middle East Technical University (METU), located in Turkey, used NI AWR software to successfully design a true-time-delay phase shifter with center frequency at 35 GHz by means of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology.