Remcom’s Activities at IMS 2018
IMS brings together thousands of the world's top microwave and wireless experts. The exhibition consists of over 500 exhibiting companies that represent the state-of-the-art when it comes to materials, devices, components, and subsystems, as well as design and simulation software and test/measurement equipment. Whatever you are looking to acquire, you will find the industry leaders ready and willing to answer your purchasing and technical questions.
Designing for a 5G Future:Will Your Device Be Ready?
Visit Remcom at Booth #1917
Designing for a 5G Future: Will Your Device Be Ready?
Learn about Wireless InSite’s new features for 5G mmWave and MIMO simulations:
- 3D ray tracing valid up to 100 GHz
- Simulate Massive MIMO arrays
- Spatial Multiplexing and beamforming
- Diffuse scattering
- High performance computing
Throughput as a Design Metric:
Are you confident your design approach is sufficient for meeting 5G performance standards? Without throughput analysis, you could be missing a critical piece of the 5G puzzle!
Remcom’s software products integrate antenna design, propagation visualization, and communication channel modeling to provide a comprehensive characterization of real-world device success.
Stop by our booth to learn how Remcom’s Device Design Workflow can ensure that your devices meet 5G throughput requirements.
Dates & Times:
Time Domain Electromagnetic/Circuit Co-Simulation
Using a new electromagnetic/circuit co-simulation capability based on the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method, the process of importing broadband circuit models into an electromagnetic simulation project, optimizing the overall design, and calculating important quantities such as S-parameters, radiation patterns, and system efficiency will be demonstrated.
The ability to import complex circuits into Remcom's full wave electromagnetic simulation product, XFdtd, will allow scientists and engineers to incorporate accurate broadband models of real world circuit components into their electromagnetic designs. Using these circuit models increases the accuracy of dissipated power and system efficiency calculations. The need to iterate between multiple electromagnetic and circuit software tools during a project is also reduced, thus saving companies time and money.
Tuesday, June 12
Simulating Throughput as a Device Design Metric
Modern antennas utilize MIMO technology in order to meet consumer demands for high data rates. As such, throughput is a required design metric when evaluating one antenna design versus another and simulating device performance in a realistic scenario leads to shorter design cycles.
Traditional antenna design metrics for SISO and diversity antennas include S-Parameters, gain, mean effective gain, and efficiency. These metrics primarily measure stand-alone antenna performance and don't fully provide the needed insight for current applications. In order to achieve high data rates, design engineers need to combine their antenna design with a channel model and compute throughput. Throughput is a more meaningful metric because it accounts for the environment's multi-path behavior where the antenna is going to operate. This presentation demonstrates the latest capabilities in throughput simulation.
Thursday, June 14