ANSYS offers multiphysics analysis for 5G radio and communication systems
5G connectivity is the next technological revolution. This pervasive, ultrafast compute network will connect billions of devices with data on-demand. It will drive economic expansion in many sectors, spawn new products and services, and transform our lives as we know it.
Yet, before 5G can deliver on its promises and quality of service (QoS) metrics, wireless systems designers and engineers must overcome sizable challenges. ANSYS 5G simulation solutions empower these individuals to solve the complexities impeding device, network and data center design.
ANSYS 5G simulation solutions provide electromagnetics, semiconductor, electronics cooling and mechanical analysis tools to accurately simulate 5G radio and related technologies. The multi-solution platform leverages high-performance computing that can be deployed across the enterprise, allowing designers and engineering experts to collaborate more effectively.
Learn how ANSYS simulation solutions can help accelerate your 5G innovations to market.
5G Antenna Solutions
ANSYS tools simulate antenna-to-antenna coupling and environmental effects on signal propagation to improve capacity and data rates for wireless applications.Read the white paper
5G System-on-Chip (SoC) Solutions
Thermal, reliability, power-timing and electromagnetic analyses of SoCs can reveal design weaknesses, prevent system failure and increase reliability.Read the white paper
5G Mobile/UE Solutions
Simulation applications include electronics thermal management, advanced RF front-end design and radio desensitization and EMI mitigation in 5G smartphones.Read the white paper
Enabling the Next Wave of Mobile Data
Peter A. Rabbeni, vice president, RF Business unit of GLOBALFOUNDRIES, discusses how RF EDA technologies will play a crucial role in enabling the next generation of wireless technology.Watch the video
"With design costs in the tens of millions of dollars and re-spins resulting in schedule delays and missed market opportunities, eSilicon relies on ANSYS’ chip-package-system (CPS) modeling and simulation software."
Teddy Lee, signal and power integrity architect for eSiliconRead the article: Speeding 5G Network Infrastructure Design >