Electromagnetic radiation is everywhere. The interaction between radiation and materials (e.g. metal) presents engineers with new challenges time and again. High-frequency systems such as antennas (Bluetooth, WLAN) must be optimally designed and function perfectly in all installation situations.
What exactly does the radiation pattern look like?
Is the radiation of the HF system homogeneous?
Are there "dead" sectors?
How sensitive is the adaptation network to certain installation situations?
How does the radiation pattern change in certain installation situations?
How far away from metal must the antenna be to exclude negative influence?
Numerica provides concrete answers:
- Radiation characteristics of the HF system or antenna
- Ambient influence on radiation pattern and matching network
- Optimum installation situation for optimum radiation
- Antenna and matching network layout and design