Electronics Simulation ToolsSolve Both Low- and High-Frequency Electronic Problems
Electronics problems may be ultra-specific and niche. From the frequency-domain electromagnetic fields of solenoids to the signal integrity of layered structures to lightning strikes, each electronic challenge needs a highly specialized simulation product to quickly and efficiently produce solutions. The Ansys toolset has many options available for electronics applications and mastering the use of these robust tools requires experienced guidance.
At DRD Technology, our experts understand the nuance of each Ansys software application. We’ll help you navigate Ansys licensing tiers and select the right solution for your unique electronic challenge. Once selected, our knowledgeable team will equip you with the necessary skills to make best use of these tools.
Leverage the experts at DRD Technology to arm you with the right tools to accelerate your electronic product design.
Dedicated Tools to Solve All Your Electronics Challenges
Electromechanical Devices, Sensors and Power Transfer
Antennas, PCBs, Waveguides
RF Filtering Technology
More simulation capabilities, less execution time
Ansys High-Performance Computing Solutions
As product sophistication increases, your simulation needs evolve. To maximize productivity, you need high-fidelity models that incorporate multiple physics across entire systems. This requires more computing power coupled with software that can truly leverage your hardware investment. With Ansys High-Performance Computing (HPC) solutions, you can select the level of computing power you need to support your parallel processing, distributed solving, parametric analysis, or multiphase model requirements so you can get to market faster with a more reliable product.
To accelerate your structural simulations, Ansys HPC solutions include a parallel direct solvers and GPU acceleration for both shared and distributed memory parallel solvers.
Comparison of Ansys HFSS Transient entire simulation solution time (not just the calculations that are accelerated on the GPU)
Comparison of Ansys Maxwell relative speedups compared to base of 8 CPU cores only
You may have specific electronics needs and you’re venturing into uncharted territory to experiment with product changes. DRD Technology experts are here to help face the challenge. Our team has in-depth experience in every area of physics and has worked across a wide range of applications and industries, making us well prepared to help you develop an initial simulation solution specific to your exact needs.
EMI Prediction in Cables
The simulation measures the electromagnetic interference of the electromagnetic field produced by the cables that transfer the energy from batteries to the electric motor. Cable modeling in conjunction with electric motor design is very critical.
Magnetic Field on Inverter
Q3D/ Maxwell can perform simulations to calculate magnetic field distribution in half bridge inverter topology. Q3D can account for the full linearity in the system while Maxwell accounts for non-linear effects in metallic enclosure ensuring full accuracy on loss predictions.
S-parameter Calculation on MMIC Device
HFSS’ unique transfinite element method was used on this MMIC device to calculate the S-parameter with a high computational efficiency. Fields on the port were expanded in terms of eigenmodes of the waveguide/transmission line.
Design. Simulate. Succeed.
Comprehensive Electronics Software Training
At DRD Technology, our goal is to arm you with the skills you need to succeed with your simulation tools. We offer many opportunities for you to get the training experience that best suits your needs, including introductory Ansys electronics simulation software courses for new users as well as classes that focus on advanced features for those looking to take their skills to the next level. We also have a variety of courses designed to help you gain proficiency in many of the key add-on tools available in the Ansys electronics simulation software suite.
Introduction to Ansys HFSS
Introduction to Ansys SIwave
Introduction to Ansys Maxwell
Ansys Maxwell Motor Modeling
Introduction to Ansys Icepak Classic
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