July 4, 2022 at 7:00 amWatch & LearnParticipant
In this video we begin our simulation workflow with a candidate antenna design from ANSYS HFSS Antenna Toolkit. The video describes the Electronics Desktop integrated antenna toolkit and how it is used to automatically create antenna geometries with materials, boundaries, excitations, solution setups and post processing reports. Well over 60 standard antenna topologies are available in the toolkit and are generated in a parameterized, ready to simulate state allowing a user to run analyses of the antennas of your choosing. ANSYS Electronics Desktop integrates rigorous electromagnetic analysis with system and circuit simulation in a comprehensive, easy-to-use design platform.
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- ANSYS HFSS: Designing a Dipole Antenna – Part I
- ANSYS HFSS: Antenna Synthesis from HFSS Antenna Toolkit – Part 2
- ANSYS HFSS: Designing a Dipole Antenna – Part III
- ANSYS HFSS: Link With Optenni Lab
- ANSYS HFSS: Overview of Antenna Simulation – Part 1
- ANSYS HFSS: Designing a Dipole Antenna – Part II
- ANSYS HFSS: Tune the PIFA Antenna in a Vehicle Housing – Part 3
- ANSYS HFSS: Designing a Dipole Antenna – Part V
- ANSYS HFSS: Designing a Dipole Antenna – Part IV
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