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Articles Tagged with ''environment''

National Instruments to showcase NI AWR software during IMS2015

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.


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dB Control introduces high-power Ka-Band 35 GHz, 700 W pulse TWT amplifier

 dB Control, an international defense electronics manufacturer, is introducing a Ka-band traveling wave tube (TWT) amplifier for ground and mobile radar applications. Featuring an outdoor hub-mount configuration, the dB-3709i operates in the 34.5 to 35.5 GHz frequency range and provides 700 Watts minimum peak output power at a duty cycle of up to ten percent. 


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AWR and ANSYS partner to bring HFSS into Microwave Office for circuit designers

AWR Corp., the innovation leader in high-frequency EDA software, and ANSYS, Inc., a global leader and innovator of engineering simulation software, announced that they have integrated ANSYS HFSS™ into AWR’s Microwave Office high frequency circuit design software. This integration unites the industry standard for full-wave electromagnetic (EM) field simulation and NI AWR Design Environment™/Microwave Office to quickly and accurately simulate microwave circuits.


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AWR at IMS2014 in Tampa, FL – visit us in the NI/AWR booth #633

We have an exciting agenda of activities that provide insight into the powerful, innovative tools and technologies of our newly released V11 NI AWR Design Environment™, which includes Microwave Office®, Analog Office®, Visual System Simulator™ (VSS), AXIEM®, and Analyst™ for the design of MMICs, RF PCBs, microwave modules, RFICs, communication systems, radar systems, antennas, and more.

 


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