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EuCAP 2024

March 17-22, 2024
Booth #14-15

Join us at EuCAP 2024 with our co-sponsor CADFEM UK and Ireland to hear the latest on antenna design and modeling software. How factors affecting antenna performance when installed on real-world platforms is crucial to a sustainable design process.

Ansys at EuCAP 2024

Visit our booth to learn more from Ansys Technical Experts. Hear updates on what's new in Ansys 2024 R1 for antenna design and placement. And attend our workshop on 'Design Flow Methodology'.


Ansys Workshop: Design flow methodology including thermal and active circuit impact in antenna design and antenna integration

Abstract: This presentation demonstrates the design flow methodology for Antenna design using Ansys, emphasizing integration with real-environment performance scenarios. Higher frequencies pose greater integration challenges, including the impact of radome and challenges in integrating active circuits. Additional considerations involve addressing thermal design challenges, as well as issues like corona or multipaction in space applications. The presentation also highlights the analysis of desired or undesired communication on a platform through accurate physics-based models within an end-to-end multiscale simulation framework.

EuCAP Ansys HFSS for Antenna Simulation

Ansys HFSS for Antenna Simulation

This paper explores antenna design and simulation through various antenna-related applications with emphasis on antennas on or around other structures. Discover how Ansys HFSS's unmatched capacity, coupled with indisputable accuracy, enables engineers to overcome the most complex problems.

Smarter Antenna Design and  Placement Simulation

Electromagnetic simulation of antenna design and its interactions with the entire system allows designers to evaluate "what if" real-life scenarios. Covering everything from component design to antenna placement and co-site, to EMI/co-site interference, and lightning strike simulation.


Finite Element Method 

HFSS FEM solver and HFSS Optimetrics helps specify antenna placement within smartphones to meet SAR compliance.


Using SBR+ and PO solver, analyze the radiation patterns of the antennas on their platform including the reflection effects of nearby objects.

Integral Equations

IE employs the 3D Method of Moments (MoM) technique for efficiently solving open radiation and scattering problems.

FEM Transient

The FEM transient solver incorporates HFSS adaptive meshing and analyzes transient applications such as ground penetrating radar (GPR), electrostatic discharge, time domain reflectometry (TDR), and identifying radar cross section (RCS) scattering centers.