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Installed Antenna Performance Modeling on Electrically Large Platforms

Savant provides highly efficient EM analysis of antennas on electrically large platforms. Using the Shooting and Bouncing Rays (SBR) technique, Savant yields full antenna scattering prediction for geometries that are thousands of wavelengths in size, computing:

  • Far-field radiation patterns
  • Near-field distributions
  • Antenna-to-antenna coupling

Savant picks up where full-wave solvers leave off , solving electrically large problems efficiently and accurately.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please register for Ozen Engineering’s Savant Webinar on Feb 8, 2018 11:00 AM PST at:
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Ozen Engineering 2018 Training

 

Dear valued OEI customers:

 

As the year 2017 is coming to an end, we would like to hear you out about any training requests for the following year so that we could arrange suitable schedules according to yours and ours. Here at Ozen Engineering, we offer varieties of training sessions covering multiple engineering topics: Fluids, Structures, Electronics, Systems, Multiphysics and Platform. Please check out our website to find your interests. Also, you can visit ANSYS website to find any advanced topics you wish us to cover, and our experienced engineers will prepare a customized session just for you!

 

ANSYS link:

http://www.ansys.com/services/training-center

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How to improve integrated antenna performance early in the design cycle?

mehrnooshAntennas often designed in isolated or ideal conditions. But antenna performance can be very different when mounted on realistic and complex platforms. Antenna radiation distortion, reduced antenna efficiency, antenna to antenna coupling, multipath fading are just some of the issues caused by the presence of a complex platform with multiple antennas.

Using ANSYS HFSS and ANSYS HFSS SBR (Savant) is the solution to a reliable wireless product in realistic environment. HFSS is a FEM tool to design and optimize the antenna and HFSS SBR uses Shooting and Bouncing Ray technique to improve integrated antenna performance on electrically large problems. HFSS SBR takes antenna simulation results from HFSS and provides fast EM analysis of the installed antenna on electrically large platforms.

Simulation with HFSS and HFSS SBR:

  • Design and optimize the antenna in HFSS
  • Predict installed antenna performance in HFSS SBR
The figure shows an example of antenna integration on electrically large platform. The 2.3 GHz UHF blade antenna designed and solved in HFSS and the near-field results are imported to HFSS SBR. Then, the far-filed patterns and near-field distributions are computed on the electrically large platform.

The figure shows an example of antenna integration on electrically large platform. The 2.3 GHz UHF blade antenna designed and solved in HFSS and the near-field results are imported to HFSS SBR. Then, the far-filed patterns and near-field distributions are computed on the electrically large platform.

 

By Mehrnoosh Khabiri

ANSYS HFSS for Antenna Design


  • September 19, 2019 - September 20, 2019
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Overview ANSYS’ Advanced HFSS Antenna Class is designed to build an understanding of HFSS’s solution process and use this foundation to describe more advanced topics. Students will learn how to take advantage of various seeding operations and understand where they can be most effectively used. Various model creation rules of thumb are explored to highlight (more…)

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ANSYS HFSS for Antenna Design

Overview

ANSYS’ Advanced HFSS Antenna Class is designed to build an understanding of HFSS’s solution process and use this foundation to describe more advanced topics. Students will learn how to take advantage of various seeding operations and understand where they can be most effectively used. Various model creation rules of thumb are explored to highlight effective simulation setup techniques. HFSS’s post-processing capabilities will be discussed as well, including use of the Field Calculator, displaying field results. Finally, more advanced simulation techniques are explored to improve simulation time and efficiency.

The course also includes relevant “hands-on” workshops and exercises.

Typical Agenda

9:00AM – Class Begins

12- 1:00PM – Lunch Served

5:00PM – Class Ends

Cost: $600/day