Transmission lines
Cross Talk
Grounding
Packaging
Distortions
PCBs, ICs, Connectors
Eye diagrams
Decoupling
What electromagnetic CAD software is best for your design needs?
Is it a time domain finite difference based software? or a finite elements frequency domain program? or maybe one based on the method of moments?
There is no perfect solution for every situation. We are here to help you take the best decision!

The most advanced software for modeling the Electromagnetic aspects of Signal Integrity and Electromagnetic Compatibility.
High-speed signal integrity
          CAD software
ICs, Packaging
PCBs
Connectors

Electromagnetic Compatibility
                simulations - EMC/EMI
Emission and Susceptibility
Electronics
Automotive, Defense

General Electromagnetic
                CAD software
FEM, FDTD, MOM, TLM
Antennas, waveguides,
                planar devices

Products
PCBMod - Power/Ground, SI, and EMC simulator
CableMod - EMC and SI aspects for complex cable structures
RadiaSim - EMI calculations for PCBs and cable harness systems
SLSpice - Converts S-Parameters into Spice equivalent models
MEFiSTo - 3D full-wave simulator
EM3DS - Advanced planar simulator with 3D characteristics
EMC Studio - Complete EMC design environment
AMaze - FEM programs for static and low frequency RF simulations.
2D, 2.5D, 3D, finite differences, staggered grid, finite elements, mesh quality, absorbing boundary conditions, perfectly matched layer, method of moments, convergence, discretization error, wave port, lumped port, modes, parallel computing etc
If these and similar terms confuse you and you don't know what software to chose and how to use it properly - we are here to help.
 
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