Agilent Electromagnetic Professional Design System (EMPro)2008

Electromagnetic Professional (EMPro) is a new design platform for analyzing the electromagnetic effects of RF and microwave components such as high-speed IC packages, antennas, on-chip and off-chip embedded passives and PCB interconnects. EMPro features the most modern design, simulation and analysis environment, highest capacity simulation technology and integration with the industry’s leading RF and microwave circuit design environment, Advanced Design System (ADS) for fast and efficient RF and microwave circuit design.

The EMPro platform incorporates the industry’s best proven architecture of user interface and simulation technologies to relieve designers of time spent setting up, simulating and post processing results, leaving more time for innovation and creating the best design possible.

Antenna Modeling Design System (AMDS) is a three-dimensional full wave electromagnetic solver based on the Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method. While AMDS has its roots in the simulation of cellular telephones, current uses for the software have reached markets as diverse as chemistry, optics, ground-penetrating radar, and biomedical devices, in addition to wireless, microwave circuit, and radar scattering applications.

Specific Absorption Rate with 1 and 10 gram averages, whole body average, locate peak SARs, follows protocol of latest C95.3 standard
Temperature Rise in Human Body
SAM Head for SAR for FCC acceptance
Manual/Automatic Partial Volume SAR
AMDS includes UI, solid modeler, major simulators, 32 & 64 bit, multithreading, thermo- and bio calculations.

Product Highlights:

Time-domain analysis provides results for a wide band of multiple frequency points in a single computation.
Data available in frequency and time domain to better optimize launches and transitions.
Impedance, antenna patterns, system and radiation efficiency, Standing Wave Ratio (SWR), S-parameters, Specific Absorption Rate (SAR), radar cross section, antenna gain, coupling, and diversity for EM analysis of complete systems.

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