July 26, 2010, Fort Lauderdale, FL, CST - Computer Simulation Technology (CST), a world leader in the computer simulation of radiated emissions and susceptibility, announces major workflow improvements for EMC simulation at IEEE EMC 2010. CST’s complete technology for 3D EM simulation will be further enhanced by tighter integration of CST CABLE STUDIO™ (CST CS) and the CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) TLM solver in CST STUDIO SUITE™ 2011.
Users of CST STUDIO SUITE 2011, interested in the analysis of radiated emissions and susceptibility, will benefit from a single unified environment for all EMC related modeling tasks, including greatly simplified model set up and simulation. The CST MWS TLM solver (Microstripes) and CST CS provide powerful features for “real world” EMC analysis including coupled simulations which enable large system analysis and installed performance studies. In pre-processing, the definition of compact equivalent aperture models and cable harnesses will be performed in CST’s familiar design environment. Coupling between the electromagnetic field and cable solvers is further enhanced to enable direct transient simulation of susceptibility problems in systems containing complex cable bundles, including shielded twisted pair circuits.
Stellenbosch, South Africa & Darmstadt, Germany, April 14th, 2010, MAGUS (Pty) Ltd, CST - Computer Simulation Technology AG (CST), EMSS - EM Software & Systems-S.A. (Pty) Ltd announce the release of the second major version of Antenna Magus.
The number of antenna topologies in the Antenna Magus database has almost doubled since the release of version 1.0. There are now 113 popular antennas available to be designed for a wide variety of objective values. Some of the more popular additions are the bi-quad, the axial choke horn, the travelling wave waveguide slot array, various patch arrays, the Vivaldi and the probe fed cheese.