May 23, 2012 -- Magus Pty, Ltd., Computer Simulation Technology (CST) and EM Software & Systems (EMSS) have announcd the release of the fourth major version of Antenna Magus.
Antennas can be designed for a wide range of objectives (such as frequency, gain, impedance and substrate properties) and validated simulation models of user-designed antennas can be exported to FEKO and CST Microwave Studio.
Antenna Magus 4.0 offers application specific designs which are optimized for various applications such as WLAN, GPS and other broadband applications. This new capability focuses on solving application-specific problems where design objectives are predefined by the application area, or where complex topologies preclude algorithmic synthesis as a design approach. Users can now explore and investigate multiple novel antenna topologies, accessing designs that have been pre-optimized to meet industry specific standards for relevant applications.
Highlights of 4.0
200 antennas in the database.
168 new and updated parametric export models.
Application-specific design options.
Instant performance estimation for many designs.
Import custom 3D antenna patterns for use as array elements in the array synthesis tool.
New visualization options for radiation pattern results
Expanded import and export formats and options for chart and array layout data
Antenna Magus Version 4.0 is immediately available and can be purchased through any CST or FEKO reseller.
About EM Software & Systems (EMSS) and FEKO
EM Software & Systems (EMSS) offers FEKO, a comprehensive computational electromagnetics code (CEM code) used widely in the telecommunications, automobile , space and defense industries. FEKO offers several solution techniques (MoM, MLFMM, PO, GO (Ray Launching), UTD and FEM) under a single licence. Hybridization of these techniques enables the efficient analysis of a very broad spectrum of EM problems, e.g., 3D antenna design, antenna placement on electrically large structures, microstrip-antennas, microstrip-circuits, EMC, biomedical and scattering.
Go to the Computer Simulation Technology (CST) website to find additional information.