Fixed Wireless Access is a key application expected to benefit from 5G networks. This webinar will demonstrate how modeling and simulation can be used to assist system designers, first in the design of a complex antenna array for a base station, and then to assess its potential performance in the field.
Millimeter wave bands create new opportunities for 5G, but they also introduce challenges for planning and performance. In this webinar, we use Wireless InSite MIMO to simulate FD-MIMO systems and review some of the real-world challenges that beamforming systems face in their attempts to gather accurate channel state information that is critical to their success.
This webinar demonstrates Wireless InSite’s MIMO simulation capability to predict the multipath and channel characteristics for a Massive MIMO system in an urban small cell. Different beamforming techniques are applied to the simulation results in order to predict the beams to several mobile devices and observe how they change as one device moves along a route through the city.
This webinar demonstrates the Wireless InSite workflow with a special focus on the new MIMO capability.
The design of a matched antenna is a fairly involved process. This webinar shows how XFdtd simplifies this process by providing tools to parameterize the unmatched antenna, determine S11, synthesize a matching network topology with Optenni Lab, and determine the final component values using the Circuit Element Optimizer.
Remcom’s Circuit Element Optimizer for XFdtd is a unique tool for full wave matching circuit optimization. This webinar introduces the capability and provides an example of how it is used. A GPS/Bluetooth antenna and an LTE antenna are used for the demonstration.
This webinar demonstrates XFdtd's Electrostatic Solver for touchscreen design. This capability was developed for teams designing sensor and drive lines in touchscreens.