Electromagnetic Simulation for Antenna Design and Placement/IOT

Article by Dassault Systèmes updated April 19, 2022


Over the past 10 years, smartphones and smart devices have transformed the way we communicate. Over 1 billion devices are sold each year and around half the world’s population own a smartphone. The high value of a market for a single device category naturally gives rise to intense competition and innovation, along with very short product lifecycles.

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During this on-demand webinar, we look at the increasing complexity of the antenna systems used for communication and the vital role of electromagnetic simulation to ensure optimal connections while also meeting compliance standards in very short product-design cycles. We focus on the design process for 5G mm-wave antennas, one of the most interesting and difficult parts of the 5G rollout for the smartphone engineer and take a general look at antenna placement in other industries such as Home and Life Style, High Tech, Heavy Machinery, and Aerospace & Defense.

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