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3D finite element method (FEM) and 3D planar method of moments (MoM) have become a standard design practice for ensuring the accuracy of the overall network simulation.
However, without proper setup and use of electromagnetic (EM) analysis tools to define the structure and RF excitation (ports), designers can experience erroneous simulation results and/or excessively long simulation times.
This recent CadenceTECHTALK, presented by Andy Hughes, product engineering architect at Cadence, introduced best practices that can help designers achieve accurate simulation results in a short timeframe. In addition, it also highlighted CAD techniques for leveraging EM simulation to analyze and optimize designs much more rapidly than by using the sheer brute force of large numbers for distinct EM simulations.
Watch it now on demand..