Friday, May 18, 2007

Antennas Mounted on a Hovercraft

MicroStripes has recently been used to model the complex interactions between a series of antennas mounted on a hovercraft. Thanks to MicroStripes's Octree meshing capabilities and 64bit solver, this model, which is both geometrically complex and electrically large, was efficiently and easily simulated within MicroStripes.

Commenting on this work, Larry Fry of Prologic (PA, USA) said:

I have used many software products over the years for analysis of complex electromagnetic issues that ranged from simple NEC codes to more complex special purpose programs. I think that Flomerics has hit a homerun with MicroStripes. It is easy to use, gives accurate results and the support is incredible. I would highly recommend MicroStripes to anyone that needs to solve complex 3D real world problems in a hurry.

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