Electromagnetic Radiation Analysis
A wide-use analysis tool with a variety of technologies that are well prepared to provide an analytical solution for a wide range of antennas, such as MoM- ideal for metallic antennas; FDTD - suitable for broadband or an antenna array; and MIMO - adapted for wireless communication, receivers, phased systems, and conformity antennae; MLFMM - an effective solution for large electrical platforms; and FSS - a solution for analyzing and predicting surfaces for selective frequency.
It is often necessary to understand and optimize the performance of the antennas which are affected by the structures on which they are installed. Usually these structures are large and in close proximity to other structures, which require adaptation to the antenna configuration and interference array. The many sources of potential influence produce an analytical challenge that requires up-to-date and accurate analysis.
Electromagnetic analysis is intended not only to predict the emission and masking performance of the system, but also to analyze at the system design stage to predict at an early stage, potential problems or failures due to external and/or local disturbances to the system.
This analytical analysis is often performed for masking, radiation emissions, wave blocking, noise and noise coupling, RADHAZ hazardous radiation analysis, EMP electromagnetic phases, lightning burst analyses, HIRF high-radiation field, resonance and vibration analysis.
The fields and energy that develop around an object describe how the energy is dissipated when the object is exposed to an electromagnetic field. Interesting examples include: cross-sections of one-way and bi-static radar of protection platforms, dispersion caused by wind turbines, and optimization of other radar systems such as anti-collision systems for motor vehicles.
Synthetic materials like composites are more often used in product design. In some cases the material is chosen to influence how the device reacts to an electromagnetic field, so precise modeling of these materials is required. Proper analysis allows the definition of a variety of properties for the treatment of the different materials.
Electromagnetic simulation plays a key role in product design and determining the safety aspects of healthcare systems, which often require wireless telemetry. Applications include bio-wireless sensors, implanted devices such as pacemakers and neurotransmitters, and MRI systems. A broad solution enables the most efficient method to be used in any task, for example early use of MoM in the design stages with representative models and completion of structural analysis by FDTD or FEM.