The Ansys HFSS for Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) course demonstrates the Ansys solution for autonomous vehicles from Radar design to dynamic scenario modeling. This course is designed for intermediate-advanced users and includes four modules with workshops that shows the workflows from start to finish. Topics such as Radar sensor design (single element and array analysis), Radome Unit Cell analysis and the impact of Radome on Radar array performance, Radar module and fascia interaction, and Radar scene analysis using chirp by chirp simulation and accelerated doppler processing (ADP) are explored in this course.
- Prior knowledge of Ansys HFSS 3D Components, Boundary Conditions, Ports and Mesh Course, Ansys HFSS for Antenna Design Course, and Ansys HFSS SBR+ Antenna Placement Course are required.
- Knowledge of antenna design and relevant parameters including S-parameters and Far-Filed patterns are highly recommended.
- Knowledge of antenna impedance matching, finite array principles, hybrid solutions, ACT Extensions, and Radar parameters and specifications are also important as workshops utilize these engineering principles.
Antenna Designers and Radar Engineers
Lectures and hands-on simulation workshops to develop familiarity and productive skill in analyzing Radar antenna arrays and Radar scenarios using HFSS. Although the course listing is instructor led, the simulation workshops are self-explanatory and easy to follow for independent learners. A training certificate is issued on completion of the course.