Enabling the Future for Electronics
The complexity of electronics has increased exponentially and electronics design now requires advanced simulation to develop reliable products.
Driving Innovation with Electronics
Leading companies leverage engineering simulation of electronics to reduce energy consumption, avoid interference and decrease development time.
Ensuring Electromagnetic Compatibility
By combining full-wave frequency domain with circuit simulation STMicroelectronics determines EMI/EMC and EM coexistence issues before physical prototyping.
Employing ANSYS technology, engineers reduced the time required to perform signal integrity analysis of a high-speed printed circuit from days to hours
A Via Runs through it
Interconnect Engineering used simulation tools to analyze a DDR3-800 board to address system reliability issues.
RF AND WIRELESS
Tuning in to Antenna Design
Using engineering simulation, big compute and 3-D printing, Optisys achieves a large reduction in antenna size and weight while reducing development time
RF AND WIRELESS
Inatel and Embraer are developing new ways to install antennas to save fuel. Simulation predicts performance of the proposed installations.
AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE
Decreasing Spacecraft Fuel Sloshing
Airbus engineers must reduce fuel sloshing in an observation spacecraft to achieve attitude control with the lowest cost and weight penalty
Creating an optimal custom engine for hybrid and electric vehicles requires designing mechanical and electronic components as a system.
Employing ANSYS EnSight, an asphalt company can bring meaning to simulation data by combining results from different simulations and design alternatives.
Getting on Board with Vias
The signal integrity engineer can use simulation to verify that the frequency- and time-domain performance will meet the design requirements.