Tagged: electronics, EMIT, hfss, pcb, radio, radio-frequency interference, RF Coexistence, RF Desense, RFI, smartphone, WiFi receiver
July 4, 2022 at 7:00 amWatch & LearnParticipant
RF Desense is high on the list of design challenges faced by engineers designing wireless electronic products. Engineers seeking a solution for desense will benefit from using ANSYS HFSS and EMIT to successfully identify and mitigate desense in wireless electronic products. This video gives an overview of the simulation technique used in HFSS and EMIT to solve problems pertaining to radio-frequency interference or RFI, desense, and co-existence. The video also describes the topics of RFI, RF Coexistence and RF Desense.
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