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Altair acquired 100 percent of EM Software & Systems – S.A. (Pty) Ltd and its international distributor offices in the United States, Germany, and China in June 2014. This development adds the FEKO® solver to the HyperWorks® suite and strengthens the Altair simulation offering in the aerospace, automotive, and shipbuilding industries in particular, reflecting the commitment of the company to provide comprehensive, best-of-breed solutions to its customers. In addition, in-house electromagnetic expertise crossing multiple industries will enable the company’s consulting arm, Altair ProductDesign, to take on more responsibility in customer engagements where this specialized applied engineering knowledge is required.
FEKO® (www.feko.info)offers several solution techniques (MoM, MLFMM, PO, GO Ray Launching, UTD and FEM) under a single licence. Hybridisation of these techniques enables the efficient analysis of a very broad spectrum of EM problems e.g. 3D antenna design, antenna placement on electrically large structures, microstrip-antennas, microstrip-circuits, EMC, biomedical and scattering. With the MLFMM, and the true hybridisation of the solvers, FEKO® is considered a market leader for antenna design and placement analysis.
With the belief that no single computational EM (CEM) method is capable of solving the whole spectrum of problems, EMSS introduces fully integrated finite difference time domain (FDTD) and multilevel fast multipole/physical optics (MLFMM/PO) hybrid solvers. FEKO’s Suite 7.0 release will take the next step toward a complete solution.Read More
FEKO Suite 6.2 introduces several completely new features to FEKO. Characteristic mode analysis (CMA) is the numerical calculation of a weighted set of orthogonal current-modes that are supported on conducting bodies (similar to waveguide modes). The eigencurrents are independent of any specific source or excitation and thus only depend on the shape and size of the conducting body.Read More
Antenna Magus is the first antenna design tool of its kind. Its huge searchable collection of antennas can be explored to find, design and export models of the designed antennas to FEKO for further analysis, optimization or integration and placement on platforms.Read More
FEKO offers several techniques (MoM, MLFMM, FEM, asymptopic high frequency PO, GO, UTD) and special extensions for the efficient solution of a broad spectrum of RF problems in a single code. Applications include analysis and design of antennas, antenna placement, scattering, RF and waveguide components, EMC, and radiation hazards.Read More
Altair Engineering, a U.S. based engineering company, recently acquired EM Software & Systems-S.A. based in Technopark which sees FEKO, the electromagnetic field analysis software now becoming part of HyperWorks. With this acquisition Altair will now have a local presence in the South African market, covering all sales and support activities in the region.Read More
Altair has completed its acquisition of 100 percent of EM Software & Systems – S.A. (Pty) Ltd and its international distributor offices in the United States, Germany, and China. This development adds the FEKO® solver to the HyperWorks® suite.Read More
An agreement-in-principle has been reached between Altair and EMSS, pursuant to which Altair will acquire 100 percent of EM Software & Systems and its international distributor offices in the United States, Germany, and China.Read More
EM Software & Systems – S.A. (Pty) Ltd. announced that from 1 September 2013 all import and export CAD filters will be enabled in the FEKO Silver, Gold and Platinum Licences free of charge. FEKO users with paid up M&S will therefore immediately benefit from this change.Read More
Optenni Ltd. announces a new version of the Optenni Lab matching circuit optimization and antenna analysis software featuring a unique easy-to-use simultaneous multiport matching capability for antennas and other RF applications.Read More
Now in its 11th year, the FEKO Student Competition is open to all under-graduates and post-graduates who work on a supervised project in electromagnetic engineering and make use of FEKO. This annual competition is organised to give students an opportunity to showcase their work.Read More
Optenni Ltd has signed worldwide distribution agreements for the Optenni Lab matching circuit optimization software with both Computer Simulation Technology AG (CST) and EM Software & Systems-S.A. (Pty) Ltd (EMSS).Read More
MAGUS Ltd, EMSS Ltd., and CST AG, announced the version 4.0 release of Antenna Magus. It has crossed the 200 antenna mark, giving rise to the claims that it is the world’s leading antenna design tool.Read More
Matching circuits for antennas and other RF components based on 3D models can now be easily optimized by designers who use FEKO together with Optenni Lab.Read More
Introduction to 6.2, the latest version of the product, which offers new tools that provide more flexibility and deeper insightsRead More
Presents a detailed workflow for the design of a four-element transceiver array for 3 Tesla cardiac MRI with sufficient mutual decoupling and good field coverageRead More
Details the complete workflow of an antenna design for the LTE mobile phone applications, starting from the antenna design to the bit rate channel capacity calculationsRead More
This introduction to FEKO formed part of the Altair Hyperworks Partner Alliance (http://www.hyperworksalliance.com) Introductory Webinar Series, presented in August 2011.
The popular FEKO Student Competition is once again open to all under-graduates and post-graduates who work on a supervised project in electromagnetic engineering and make use of FEKO. This annual competition is an opportunity for students to showcase their work.Download
In this paper the authors investigate and present a patent pending novel micro-strip coupler structure that exhibits very low RF insertion loss (high coupling) while insuring high electrical isolation (>10kV) between the wireless Network Interface Card (NIC) RF connection and the external antenna.Download
Microstrip filters, planar antennas and other RF structures are solved efficiently using the planar Green's function. Only the stripline or antenna needs to be discretised with this method. Ground planes are treated implicitly by the formulation and do not add to the number of unknowns.Download
Antennas are increasingly incorporated into the windscreens of automobiles. FEKO has a special formulation to design the antenna and calculate the effect of the vehicle on the radiation pattern of the antenna.Download
The combination of the integral equation (MoM) and the differential equation (FEM) solvers allows the efficient solution of real world radiation hazard problems e.g. calculating the effect of an antenna's radiation on humans sitting inside a vehicle. SAR is calculated according to international standards.Download
The combined MoM and the Multi-conductor Transmission Line (MTL) theory enables the analysis of coupling into and radiation from cable harnesses in their real-world environments.Download
Several extensions and special solvers are used in FEKO for efficient EMC analysis, e.g. adaptive frequency interpolation, cable harness analysis, SAR calculation, low frequency stabilisation, time domain analysis. Applications include shielding and coupling investigations, reverberation chamber design and EMC test environment modelling.Download
Offering both a MoM and a FEM solver FEKO is well-suited for the full-wave analysis of waveguide structures e.g. Magic-T coupler, slotted waveguide antenna, cavity- and waveguide filters. Port modes are specified or calculated and near-fields and S-parameters are extracted with ease.Download
A case study, showing the design of an array antenna for the proximity fuse of an air defence missile, is performed to illustrate the combined use of Antenna Magus and FEKO.
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