Wireless Channel Modeling for Dynamic Terrestrial Environments

As wireless systems become complex and reach for more spectrum, RF engineers must rely on high-fidelity simulation solutions to model and test their proposed new networks effectively. We offer tools to address these challenges and enable network architects and mission planners to digitally model and simulate dynamic wireless networks within…
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Design Exploration of RF GaN Amplifier, 3D Packaging, and Thermal Analysis

Join us for this webinar on RF GaN amplifier design using electromagnetic/thermal 3D solvers. We will discuss the step-by-step process of building a GaN amplifier, beginning with the transistor model in the circuit simulator.The webinar will outline the steps required to convert this to a physical layout for electromagnetic simulation…
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IoT Related EM Simulation Scenarios

Electromagnetic aspects of selected Internet of Things (IoT) scenarios are presented: devices inside an aircraft apartment, devices used for locating humans inside a corridor, several RFID devices and several reader/tag scenarios. The suitability of WIPL-D software to analyze IoT systems is demonstrated including flexible EM modeling and numerically efficient simulations.…
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Radomes: Efficient 3D EM Simulation

Highly efficient implementation of Method-of-Moments (MoM) for radome simulations in WIPL-D suite is described in this comprehensive study. Sophisticated approximations rather than geometrical or physical optics (GO, PO) methods were used. Straightforward usage and effectiveness of in-house developed techniques along with efficient utilization of graphical processing units (GPU) are explained.Download…
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USC Professor’s Simulation Software Teaches Systems Engineering Topics

Azad M. Madni spent some 40 years working on artificial intelligence and simulation technologies that allowed U.S. soldiers to safely train for combat operations in virtual worlds. Now Madni—a professor of astronautics, aerospace, and mechanical engineering at the University of Southern California—is working to transform engineering education. But he hasn’t…
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Simulation of Pulsed-Field Ablation and Electroporation

Pulsed-field ablation can induce temporary or permanent pores in cell membranes using time-varying electrical signals. This process, known as electroporation, allows for the stimulation of cell growth, drug delivery, and tissue ablation. For the development of applications based on electroporation, designers are turning to multiphysics simulation software to accurately represent…
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