Download Silver Version
Earlier this week we released the latest Silver version for newFASANT, a free electromagnetical simulation tool similar to our complete professional versions with limitations on the problem size.
We are introducing the newFASANT support forums, so you can get help and discuss topics on a more personal and direct way.
We would like to announce the RTS Scientific Co. is our new reseller/distributor partner fornewFASANT in North America (Canada and USA).
newFASANT is a very powerful electromagnetic simulation software tool, which is based on several state-of-the-art computational electromagnetic (CEM) techniques. The software suite is updated frequently, and the updates include the introduction of new features in the kernels and GUI as well as bug fixes. We place special emphasis on the development of the usability of our products by our customers. There are a number of modules that have been specially designed to address specific problems which pose a bottleneck for the user when using a conventional, general-purpose solver that are due to the complexity of the design.
With newFASANT you can solve a wide range of applied electromagnetic problems in the fields of antenna analysis and design, RCS analysis of user specified geometries, electromagnetic compatibility analysis of user defined circuits or systems, radio propagation in urban environments, analysis of on-board antennas, military circuit and system applications, and many more that are unique to individual users for their CEM applications.
We are proud to care for our customers by offering update notifications, online seminars, demo videos, complete Module and Training manuals with examples and many more.
We also offer customized solutions: If the solution for your needs is not available in the current release, then newFASANT is ready to develop the right tool for you!
newFASANT's team are recognized pioneers in the application of high frequency techniques, ray-tracing, and MoM solutions using realistic representations of user geometries by means of models created by NURBS (non-uniform rational basis spline) algorithms.