ANSYS HFSS users are constantly telling me, “Wow, I didn’t know HFSS could do that!” I guess I shouldn’t be surprised — our software development and product management teams have been working tirelessly over the last few years to integrate ever more valuable features into HFSS to deliver a product worthy of its well-deserved reputation as “the gold standard.” Focusing on automated simulation and design workflows for antennas and high speed electronics, ANSYS HFSS 18 will help you achieve the increasing requirements for wireless connectivity, thermal performance and power efficiency within shorter design schedules. Continue reading
The battle is on for manufacturers of automotive, medical, industrial and consumer electronics to drive new innovations, deliver exciting products, and ensure safety and reliability of the devices that proliferate our world. Mobile devices that are intended to interact with our world face unique reliability challenges such as electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection, making a robust ESD design a necessity. While we want our mobile phone, tablet and smartwatch to be “connected” and “interactive”, the number of interface ports on these devices make them vulnerable to an ESD event. Interfaces such as network connectors, USB ports, and antennas need careful planning of the location and size of ESD protection structures. Continue reading
ANSYS HFSS has been the mainstay, gold-standard electromagnetic simulation technology for many years. There are many key pieces to its reliable technology — such as hierarchical vector basis functions for robust solutions to Maxwell’s equations, two-dimensional port solving technology, the trans-finite element method for fast extraction of s-parameter models, state-of-the-art fast and scalable matrix solving technology, and its flexible and easy-to-use parametric interfaces.
Recently, we introduced significant breakthroughs, many in the high-performance computing (HPC) area of HFSS, such as: the domain decomposition method (DDM); HFSS-IE a 3-D method-of-moment solver that includes ACA fast-solving technology as well as a physical optics solver;and hybrid solving that combines DDM and HFSS-IE and provides the ability to rigorously solve large-scale complex electromagnetic problems with a combination of finite elements and method of moments. Continue reading
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Tablets are transforming the way we work, play, and interact with each other. The devices facilitate reading books, watching TV, accessing social networks, shopping, studying , playing games and many other things.
These smaller, feature-driven products create a range of new challenges for designers, the most common accurately predicting performance of a tablet design while meeting strict electrical standards. For instance, an increase in video resolution compounds the growing demand for video data bandwidth. Devices must handle large amounts of data quickly to satisfy consumer expectations. Continue reading