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Agilent updates simulation software for EMI issue resolution

30 Jul 2013

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Agilent Technologies recently debuted the EMPro, a 3D electromagnetic simulation software offering enhancements such as specification-compliance templates to help design engineers identify and resolve EMI problems.

The EMPro 2013 allows engineers to simulate the radiated emissions of electronic circuits and components and then determine if emissions are within levels specified by common EMC standards, such as FCC Part 15, CISPR 22, and MIL-STD-461F. This capability is enabled by new specification-compliance templates, as well as enhancements to both EMPro's FEM (finite element method) and FDTD (finite difference time domain) simulators.

Agilent's latest software also offers a simulation management tool to launch remote and distributed simulations on high-end servers and compute clusters. It also lets users disconnect and reconnect a client computer and receive status updates on a mobile device. Other enhancements in EMPro 2013 include increased FEM mesh performance for large designs, new FEM hybrid boundary conditions that increase simulation speed and accuracy, and a real-time electrical connectivity-checking tool in the main geometry modelling window that prevents inadvertent gaps between conductors.

Further information on the EMPro 2013 can be found here.

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