April 17th 2007, Darmstadt, Germany, Computer Simulation Technology (CST) announces CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) performance increase through sophisticated imports, code optimization, and hardware acceleration.
Engineers studying signal integrity, power integrity or general EMC/EMI effects can now investigate their structures using CST’s full wave 3D EM simulator. Studies involving signal and field propagation along traces, vias, bond wires, etc., can now be conducted in their full complexity, without compromising result quality by having to introduce approximations.
CST announces the availability of CST STUDIO SUITE’s™ EM modules for Linux, including the market leading high frequency time domain simulator CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS).
RF design engineers involved in the electromagnetic design and optimisation of passive components such as antennas, filters and connectors, as well as those interested in signal integrity or emc effects can now choose to run their CST EM simulation solvers on Red Hat Enterprise Linux v. 3 or 4, as an alternative to the already available Microsoft Windows versions.
CST and AWR have teamed up for a joint seminar series in the US. The series will explain and demonstrate the power of combining best in class 3D passive and circuit simulation in a seamless flow for the design engineer.
Background information on 3D microwave/RF simulation and circuit simulation will be presented by both vendors, with an emphasis on areas where both tools are required including: high speed circuits and packaging, signal integrity, RF modules and active driving of passive devices.
Computer Simulation Technology (CST) announces 3rd European User Group Meeting to be held 13-14 September 2007 on Lake Tegernsee, Germany. The CST user group meeting offers an informal and enlightening environment where developers and researchers using CST STUDIO SUITE™ software tools can exchange ideas and talk with CST staff about future developments. The event is scheduled for September 13-14 and will be held in the spa town of Rottach-Egern on Lake Tegernsee, Germany.
The CST University Publication Award is an annual grant to university institutes and researchers for their work in the application of 3D EM field simulation. In this its third year, the award attracted double the number of contributions than in 2005, and the quality of the publications was outstanding. Prerequisites for participation are that the papers are authored or co-authored by academic researchers, published either in scientific journals or conference proceedings, and the numerical results are entirely or in part obtained through simulation using CST software products.
October 20 2006, CST releases new service pack for CST STUDIO SUITE™ 2006. Customers may download the service pack from our support area. For details about the changes in this service pack, please refer to the pdf file available in the download area or to the history of changes, accessible through the CST STUDIO SUITE user interface.
Computer Simulation Technology (CST) and Acceleware Corp. (trading symbol “AXE” on TSXV) announce their channel arrangement and availability of Acceleware’s hardware acceleration solution for CST’s market and technology leading Time Domain solver within CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® 2006 (CST MWS).
A key concern in industry’s R&D departments is the time required to bring a design idea to the virtual prototype stage. Speeding up design cycles and optimizations is crucial to achieving improvements in R&D throughput and productivity. Acceleware’s technology significantly reduces simulation run times and opens up new dimensions for design and development engineers relying on the accuracy and versatility of CST’s market leading Time Domain solver.
Computer Simulation Technology (CST) enhances CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS)’s palette of high frequency solvers for 3D EM simulation by the addition of an Integral Equation solver, based on the Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (MLFMM). The beta version of this solver, dedicated to tackle electrically large structures, is demonstrated at EuMW 2006, booth #309.
R&D engineers dealing with electrically large structures, will be interested in CST's new Integral Equation solver based on the Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (MLFMM). It is designed to facilitate tasks like antenna placement on an airplane (or car) and radar cross section (RCS) calculations of large scattering objects.
The UAq EMC Laboratory is delighted to invite you to attend the
OPENING CEREMONY of the UAq EMC Computational Laboratory.
This new laboratory is being supported through the software and sponsorship of CST and new equipment which has been kindly donated by IBM.
October 17th, 2006
Aula Magna, School of Engineering
University of L'Aquila, ITALY
To register, or for further details please contact:
Prof. A.Orlandi, UAq EMC Lab., firstname.lastname@example.org
and Dr. C.Cannone, IBM, email@example.com
CST previews new release of CST STUDIO SUITE™ 2006B including the industry standard 3D EM Time Domain tool, CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® at MTT-S IMS at booth#1329.
Research and development engineers involved in the design of high frequency components, wireless communications, emc and signal integrity, will now benefit from the augmented functionality and interoperability of the latest release of CST STUDIO SUITE™ 2006B.
Computer Simulation Technology (CST) previews new tool for the 3D EM simulation of electrically large structures at MTT-S IMS 2006, booth #1329. The new Integral Equation Solver, based on the Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (MLFMM), joins CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS)’s Transient and Frequency Domain solvers for high frequency applications and will be available in Q3 of 2006.
CST today announces an interface between the CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) simulation tool and Microwave Office (NI AWR Software) circuit design software. A prototype of the interface will be previewed at MTT-S IMS 2006, booth #1329.
CST, the IMS committee and Sonnet Software Inc. will co-host a 175th anniversary celebration of the birth of James Clerk Maxwell, founder of the field of electromagnetics, on Tuesday, June 13th at the San Francisco Marriott (located adjacent to the Moscone Convention Center).
Everyone is welcome to attend this event which is a part of the IEEE MTT-S distinguished microwave lecture series at this year's MTT-S International Microwave Symposium in San Francisco. Complimentary food, drinks and cake will be served.
Date: June 13th, 2006
Time: 7:00 PM (Refreshments served promptly at 7PM. Presentation starts at 7:30PM)
San Francisco Marriott
55 Fourth Street
San Francisco, CA. 94103
CST STUDIO SUITE™ 2006 SP 5 now available for download.
April 20 2006, CST releases new service pack for CST STUDIO SUITE™ 2006. Customers may download the service pack from our support area. For details about the changes in this service pack, please refer to the pdf file available in the download area or to the history of changes, accessible through the CST STUDIO SUITE user interface.
CST - Computer Simulation Technology today announces continued success of software products with a worldwide revenue increase of 24% in 2005 compared to calendar year 2004.
The average annual growth rate has been 35% since 1997 and has established CST as the dominant market leader in 3D EM Time Domain simulation. This consistent growth has been achieved through increased market share and the successful expansion into new markets. CST’s top product of 2005 was again CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® which was introduced in 1998 as the first member of the CST STUDIO SUITE™.
CST - Computer Simulation Technology announces augmentation of its 3D EM field solver palette. The new module, based on the Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (MLFMM), is dedicated to tackling electrically large problems and will be available in Q3 of 2006.
Design engineers engaged in areas such as automotive, aerospace & defence and emc, have long recognised the benefits of CST MICROWAVE STUDIO®’s (CST MWS) Time Domain solver for its unparalleled capability to solve very complex structures. The newly implemented MLFMM solver, however, opens up new possibilities to users in terms of structure size.