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Meet Ansys and CADFEM at European Microwave Week 2024


When: 22-27 September 2024
Where: Paris Expo Porte de Versailles

Exhibition Times: 
Tuesday 24 September 9.30am – 6pm​
Wednesday 25 September 9.30am – 5.30pm
Thursday 26 September 9.30am – 4.30pm

Visit the Ansys & CADFEM booth #415D at European Microwave Week
2024

Learn more about European Microwave Week 2024

Simulation from Chip to Satellite

See the latest electromagnetic and multiphysics solutions

Across all industries, including semiconductors, consumer electronics, automotive, radar, 5G/6G, and satellite communications, RF and microwave engineers are tackling challenges around increasing system assembly complexity due to trends in miniaturization and densification. To enable the next generation of innovative electronic products and transformative intelligent connectivity networks, there is a need for open and extensible simulation platforms that allow scalable, multiscale, and multiphysics simulations.

Visit us at our booth to learn about the latest advances in RF and microwave, signal integrity, power integrity, electromagnetic coupling analysis, electrothermal and thermal management, antennas and radar, systems, and digital mission simulation solutions.

Modeling Satellite Orbits and Orbital Perturbations using Ansys STK

Chip-Package-Systems

From RF communications to IoT to automotive electronics, Ansys tools provide the simulators and computational Multiphysics workflows to support the development of sensors, radars, antennas, electronic components and cutting-edge 3D-IC chip modules for high performance, EMC – proven systems. 

View Ansys Electonics Products webpage

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Antenna Design and Placement

Antennas are virtually everywhere. From commercial applications such as smartphones, RFID tags, and wireless printers, to defense applications such as phased array antennas for aircraft radar systems or autonomous vehicles, to integrated ground-based communication systems. 

Electromagnetic simulation of antenna design and its interaction with the entire system allows designers to evaluate “what if” real life scenarios.

View Antenna Design & Modeling Software Application webpage

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Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility (EMI/EMC)

Electronic systems are often safety or mission critical. They form the backbone of global technology disruptions, from 5G-connected devices to autonomous vehicles and the Internet of Things. As performance requirements increase and electronics proliferate, the risk of interference leading to degraded performance, unintended consequences—or even failure—rises dramatically. With simulation, EMI/EMC issues can be resolved in advance, with reduced physical testing to deliver high-performance, safe and compliant designs. 

View Ansys EMI/EMC Application webpage

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Day 1
Tuesday, September 24

 

Workshop

Presenter

Company

10:00–11:00

TBCDavid PRESTAUX

Ansys

11.00–11:15

Q&A

 

 

11:15–11:30

Break

 

 

11:30–12:30Multiphysics Multiscale Flow for Reliability Simulations of ART Devices for RF ApplicationsVittorio CUOCOAmpleon
12:30–12:45Q&A  
12:45–13:00Break  
14:30–15:30

Physics based workflow for the design of THz lens antennas 


Alexander SHALABYCADFEM
15:30–15:45Q&A  
15:45–16:00Break  

16:00–17:00

TBC

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Day 2
Wednesday, September 25

 

Workshop

Presenter

Company

10:00–11:00

Base Station Antenna: From simulation to real life

Katerina GALITSKAYA

Kaelus

11.00–11:15

Q&A

 

 

11:15–11:30

Break

 

 

11:30–12:30Integrating Measurements and Simulations to Effectively Characterize Antennas and Antenna Systems in Complex EnvironmentsShoaib ANWARMVG (Microwave Vision Group)
12:30–12:45Q&A  
12:45–13:00Break  
14:30–15:30Latest advances in simulation of phased array and periodic structuresAlexander SHALABYCADFEM
15:30–15:45Q&A  
15:45–16:00Break  

16:00–17:00

TBC

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Day 3
Thursday, September 26

 

Workshop

Presenter

Company

10:00–11:00

TBCTBCTBC

11.00–11:15

Q&A

 

 

11:15–11:30

Break

 

 

11:30–12:30Cooperative workflow for simulation of  antenna arrays installed on large satellites Yann MEHUTLoft Orbital
12:30–12:45Q&A  
12:45–13:00Break  
14:30–15:30Meet the experts” :  open table for questions   

Featured Webinars

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Base-Station Antenna System Design for 5G/6G Communications

The fifth/sixth generation (5G/6G) mobile networks support the growth of many applications, such as new entertainment experiences, intelligent autonomous mobility, revolutionizing healthcare, and propelling manufacturing into a new era of smart connected factories.

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Automating Ansys HFSS Antenna Design Workflow with Ansys PyAEDT

Take the next step in Antenna design. Using the Ansys Electronic Desktop with Python support PyAEDT, attendees will learn how the automation capabilities of PyAEDT lend themselves to workflows with HFSS to model and simulate antenna designs.

Blogs

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HFSS Leads the Way with Exponential Innovation

As engineers continue to design more complex systems with increasing frequency, the need for speed and capacity to solve these structures also increases. Over the years, HFSS has come a very long way and can now solve exponentially large structures with millions of unknowns. Ansys HFSS never stopped advancing,  continuing to innovate to meet the demands of electromagnetic analysis in modern electronics.

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From Chips to Ships, Solve Them All With HFSS

With the introduction of Ansys HFSS Mesh Fusion in Ansys 2021 R1, I am reminded of my amazement the first time I used HFSS more than 20 years ago. And in my opinion, HFSS Mesh Fusion is the biggest thing to happen to HFSS since HFSS. I say this because it will allow HFSS to mesh and solve far more complex designs than I ever thought possible.

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Bonds, Wire-bonds: No Time to Mesh Mesh It All with Phi Plus

Automatic adaptive meshing in HFSS is a critical component of its advanced simulation process. Guided by Maxwell’s Equations, it efficiently refines the mesh to accurately capture both the geometric and electromagnetic detail of a design. The end result is a process that guarantees accurate and reliable simulation results with no user input required.

Case Studies and Articles

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Live Wire

Researchers designed an unusually compact wearable antenna that covers the entire instrument, scientific and measurement band.

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ANYWAVES

ANYWAVES develops next generation miniature antennas

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Making Waves

At Chemring Technology Solutions, Ansys HFSS play a key role in most projects involving wireless communications, radar and high frequency networking in which electromagnetic fields are critical.

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Andar Technologies

Virtual prototypes from Ansys HFSS allow Andar to create innovate designs and reduce the amount of physical prototyping to a minimum.

White Papers

 

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An Integrated Workflow for Simulating Installed Antenna and RF System Performance on Airborne Platforms

This paper presents an integrated workflow for simulating installed antenna and radio frequency (RF) system performance on airborne platforms using Ansys tools.