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Designing and simulating a coax to double ridge waveguide using HFWorks for SOLIDWORKS

Coax to double ridged wave guide

Commonly used ridged waveguide (WG) are single and double ridged. The basic motivation for building ridged WGs is to lower the cutoff frequency of the fundamental TE10 mode without increasing the external dimensions. This is done by introducing a metallic ridge into a normal rectangular WG. An advantage of these WGs is that the ratio…

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PIFA Antenna simulation using HFWorks for SOLIDWORKS

Magnetic field distribution

HFWorks for SOLIDWORKS helps designers to size their RF and Microwave passive components (Filters, Couplers, Antennas, Wave guides etc) to ensure optimum performance. HFWorks is seamlessly integrated inside SOLIDWORKS, allowing SolidWorks users to run simulations right on their CAD model, without the need for data exchange with each design modification. This way all design modifications…

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A Transition from CPW to rectangular waveguide simulation using HFWorks for SOLIDWORKS

Electric Field Distribution

HFWorks for SOLIDWORKS helps designers to size their models to support various designs and various scenarios (multiple configurations), this way user can ensure optimum performance. Another advantage of HFWorks is it’s seamlessly integrated inside SOLIDWORKS, allowing you to run simulations right on your model, without the need for re-importing data with each design modification. In…

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Rectangular Microstrip Antenna with Spaced Dielectric Superstrates Frequency Study

HFWorks Electric Field Animation

Microstrip antennas are becoming a popular choice for a wide range of wireless communication.  They are lightweight, low cost, and straightforward to design, this application, however, requires that the antenna be placed out of sight of the consumer, beneath protective dielectric superstrates. This placement of the microstrip antenna shifts the antenna resonant frequency. Generally, a…

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Wireless charging product design using SOLIDWORKS and EMS

Wireless Charging Product Design

Currently, we all know how bluetooth and wireless internet work, and use them frequently in our day-to-day life; it is regarded widely as the bedrock of modern communication. Numerous devices like Roku, Apple TV etc., allow you to stream internet programming directly to your TV thanks to wireless internet; and most monitoring and surveillance devices also communicate…

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Wideband bandpass filter – Designed and analyzed using SOLIDWORKS and HFWorks

HFWorks for SOLIDWORKS helps designers to size their passive RF and Microwave components to ensure reliability and optimal performance. HFWorks is seamlessly integrated inside SOLIDWORKS, allowing RF and microwave designers to run simulations without the need for re-importing data with each design iteration. In this blog post, you will see how HFWorks can be used to…

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SOLIDWORKS Electro-mechanical Simulation Industries & Applications

RF Microwave Components

Using EMS (Electro-mechanical simulation) for SOLIDWORKS, users can accurately compute the effects and forces acting on components due to electrical currents, permanent magnets or electromagnets. This type of simulation has numerous applications ranging from solenoid designs, electric motor designs, electrical machine design like transformers and inductors, magnetic array design, insulator design for high power application,…

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