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CST STUDIO SUITE 2015 - Combines Synthesis and Simulation

CST STUDIO SUITE is used by engineers and researchers working across the electromagnetic spectrum to model systems and optimize designs. Its tightly-integrated solvers cover a broad range of frequencies and geometrical scales, and are complemented by more specialized technology for applications such as PCBs, cables, thermal analysis, and charged particle devices.


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CST Previews New Array Design Tool

Aerospace engineers use CST STUDIO SUITE to design and optimize antennas and arrays, to analyze their installed performance, and to calculate cosite interference between antenna systems. The upcoming release of CST STUDIO SUITE 2015 will significantly enhance its antenna design offering with the integration of the new Phased Array Wizard.


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CST Enhances RCS Simulation Capabilities

RCS is an important consideration when designing new equipment, and is something that CST has long supported. The 2015 release builds on the previous RCS capabilities of CST STUDIO SUITE by adding the ability to produce RCS maps – plots of RCS phase or amplitude against frequency and scan angle – with the shooting and bouncing ray (SBR) asymptotic solver. RCS maps give engineers a more detailed view of the cross-section of a platform, and can be used to help identify potential scatterers.


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MVG and CST team up at EuMW 2014

 Microwave Vision Group (MVG) and Computer Simulation Technology (CST) will present the innovative link between numerical simulation and antenna measurements at European Microwave Week 2014. 


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CST introduces new filter synthesis tool

Computer Simulation Technology (CST) has added Filter Designer 2D to CST STUDIO SUITE®, allowing the synthesis, electromagnetic simulation, optimization and multiphysics analysis of filters in one single environment


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CST Introduces New Filter Synthesis Tool

Planar filters are widely used by engineers developing low-cost or compact printed electronics for applications such as networking, communication and signal processing. For these filters, the design process typically has two stages. The first step is selecting an appropriate filter topology from a synthesis tool or textbook and calculating the filter coefficients that match the specification. The second step is analyzing and fine-tuning the filter through simulation or prototyping to ensure that it operates correctly when installed.


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Airbus Defence and Space Analyzes EMC Test Chambers Using CST STUDIO SUITE

By incorporating electromagnetic (EM) simulation tool, CST STUDIO SUITE®, into their compliance process, Airbus Defence and Space were able to accurately characterize how their test chamber was affected by a change to the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing standard.


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CST automates EM and multiphysics simulation workflows

Computer Simulation Technology (CST) announces new features to automate workflows for field source coupling and multiphysics simulation using its System Assembly and Modeling (SAM) framework at MTT-S IMS, booth # 1423.


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CST April E-News

Welcome to the April edition of CST E-News, our series of regular news and feature updates. We hope that you find the contents relevant, interesting and informative. Any feedback and suggestions for future editions are welcome and can be sent to news@cst.com.


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CST STUDIO SUITE Version 2014 - updated webinar series

Computer Simulation Technology AG (CST) announces a series of webinars to accompany the release of the 2014 version of CST STUDIO SUITE. The webinars will demonstrate the new features and tools available and their application to the areas of microwaves, RF and optical, EDA and EMC/EMI and low frequency simulations.


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