ANSYS HFSS - 2019 Update

2019年7月12日 - 2015年12月16日

11:00 AM (BST) - 3:00 PM (EST)

250 USD

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2645 Zanker Road
San Jose, CA 95134

Ming Yao Ding
0114 281 8888

Time:  11:00 am (British Summer Time), 12:00 pm (Central European Summer Time), 06:00 am (Eastern Daylight Saving Time)

ANSYS HFSS delivers the most comprehensive software solution on the market for high-frequency electromagnetic simulation. Engineers worldwide use ANSYS HFSS to design high-frequency, high-speed electronics found in communications systems, radar systems, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), satellites, internet-of-things (IoT) products and other high-speed RF and digital devices.

Join us for this webinar to gain an overview of the most significant recent updates to ANSYS HFSS up to and including 2019 release 2 such as:

  • The hybrid FEM-IE solver capability has seen a number of updates to extend the capability of HFSS to more efficiently model complex antenna scenarios, including improvements in meshing across various workflows.  There have also been improvements to the automation of solution setups, faster field recovery and ability to save fields from interpolating sweeps. 
  • The HFSS SBR+ tool has also been advanced with new capabilities in the ADAS solution space for advanced Doppler processing, as well as improvements in current source conformance and SBR+ gain.
  • The HFSS 3D Layout tool has also seen improvements for ECAD/MCAD mesh assembly and lightweight MCAD in Layout, support for PMLs for radiating problems, improved on-chip spiral inductor model assembly as well as an increasing 3D component library. The ANSYS EMIT tool has also been introduced into the desktop environment enabling complex RFI analysis to be performed directly in the ANSYS Electronics Desktop.
  • A new capability to launch HFSS on the ANSYS cloud service has been introduced, enabling users to conveniently access additional computing resources.

Who should attend: 

  • ANSYS HFSS customers or users of other software tools for high-frequency electromagnetic simulation.
  • Engineers involved in high-frequency electromagnetic simulation with an interest in the potential of HFSS for their application

This webinar is free, but pre-registration is essential