Ansys Electronics Desktop Student offers free access to the industry gold-standard Ansys simulators for work with antenna, RF, microwave, PCB, IC and IC package designs, along with electromechanical devices such as electric motors and generators. Students will have access to Ansys HFSS, Ansys Maxwell, Ansys Q3D, and Ansys Icepak, allowing design work on a broad range of electrical and electromechanical systems. Ansys HFSS is a multipurpose, full-wave 3D electromagnetic (EM) simulation software. Ansys Maxwell is a 3D electromagnetic simulation solver for electric machines and electromechanical devices. Ansys Q3D Extractor calculates the parasitic parameters of resistance, inductance, capacitance and conductance (RLCG) for electronics designs. Ansys Icepak is a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solver for electronics thermal management.
Multipurpose, full wave 3D electromagnetic (EM) simulation software for designing and simulating high-frequency electronic products such as antennas, components, interconnects, connectors, ICs and PCBs.
Ansys HFSS is a 3D electromagnetic (EM) simulation software for designing and simulating high-frequency electronic products such as antennas, antenna arrays, RF or microwave components, high-speed interconnects, filters, connectors, IC packages and printed circuit boards. Engineers worldwide use Ansys HFSS software to design high-frequency, high-speed electronics found in communications systems, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), satellites, and internet-of-things (IoT) products.
Ansys HFSS is a 3D electromagnetic simulation software solution for designing and simulating high-frequency electronic products such as antennas, RF and microwave components, high-speed interconnects, filters, connectors, IC components and packages and printed circuit boards.
To download Ansys HFSS, you must be an Ansys customer and have access to the Customer Portal. Ansys HFSS is included in the Electronics software bundle and is also included in the free Ansys Student bundle.
Get step-by-step instructions on designing antennas in Ansys HFSS in this video, which demonstrates how to create the geometry of the dipole antenna and discusses features in HFSS for antenna analysis. "How to Design Antennas in Ansys HFSS."
Users can take advantage of the seamless workflow in Electronics Desktop, which includes advanced electromagnetic field solvers, and dynamically link them to power circuit simulators to predict EMI/EMC performance of electrical devices. These integrated workflows avoid repetitive design iterations and costly recurrent EMC certification tests. Multiple EM solvers intended to address diverse electromagnetic problems, as well as the circuit simulators in Electronics Desktop, help engineers assess the overall performance of their electrical devices and create interference-free designs. These diverse problems range from radiated and conducted emissions, susceptibility, crosstalk, RF desense, RF coexistence, cosite, electrostatic discharge, electric fast transients (EFT), burst, lightning strike effects, high intensity fields (HIRF), radiation hazards (RADHAZ), electromagnetic environmental effects (EEE), electromagnetic pulse (EMP) to shielding effectiveness and other EMC applications.
A candidate array design can examine input impedances of all elements under any beam scan condition. Phased array antennas can be optimized for performance at the element, subarray or complete array level based on element match (passive or driven) far-field and near-field pattern behavior over any scan condition of interest. Infinite array modeling involves one or more antenna elements placed within a unit cell. The cell contains periodic boundary conditions on the surrounding walls to mirror fields, creating an infinite number of elements. Element scan impedance and embedded element radiation patterns can be computed, including all mutual coupling effects. The method is especially useful for predicting array-blind scan angles that can occur under certain array beam steering conditions. Finite array simulation technology leverages domain decomposition with the unit cell to obtain a fast solution for large finite-sized arrays. This technology makes it possible to perform complete array analysis to predict all mutual coupling, scan impedance, element patterns, array patterns and array edge effects.
Encrypted 3D Component support in HFSS 3D Layout allows companies to share their detailed component designs (connector, antenna, SMD chip capacitor) without divulging IP such as geometry and material properties.
Performs precise and fast design on high frequency, high-speed electronic platforms, and devices. It is a must-have tool for engineers because of its high-level accuracy, advanced solvers, and use of some high-performance computing technologies. This application can be used to simulate high-frequency electromagnetic fields. It can be used to design the best board applications, including antennas, passive RF/mW parts, connectors, and IC packaging. The solver can balance the HFSS accuracy for your ECAD interface. It has advanced options that allow you to solve the most difficult design problems.
This version will launch your design kit. Once the antenna has been designed, you can launch HFSS from the interface. This 3D full-wave accuracy provides components with high speed and RF design. ANSYS HFSS provides the best EM simulation results every time. 2b1af7f3a8