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A new version of newFASANT Student Version is now available
newFASANT Student Version is similar to the full professional version, except it's limited in terms of problem size, making it a good solution for students in order to gain experience with CEM tools.

Research Project: New Electromagnetic Simulation Algorithms
The goal of this project is the development of new efficient algorithms for the improvement of numeric methods for the electromagnetic analysis for antennas.

newFASANT - Application for the analysis of collision avoidance in automobiles
Introducing the first EM simulation tool that solves in an efficient and accurate manner the simulation of collision avoidance (as well as pedestrian protection) radar systems in real environments.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Updated IR module
We are pleased to announce the availability of important upgrades in our IR analysis module with new features and improvements.

New version of IR module
The new version of the newFASANT IR module will be available on October. It will feature a new fully renewed interface that will make the module easy to use and powerful at the same time.

newFASANT Free Students Version
We are pleased to announce that a FREE student version of our EM simulation suite newFASANT can now be downloaded from our website, available now for 64-bit versions of Windows.

newFASANT v6.2.2. public release
After an intense development and testing time newFASANT is releasing the new 6.2.2 version of its electromagnetic analysis and simulation suite.

New Resources & Downloads center
In newFASANT we are always improving in order to simplify our customers' work, and because of this we have created our new “resources & downloads center” in the newFASANT website.

newFASANT v6.2: GTD antenna coupling demonstration in urban scenario
Here we show how to perform a GTD analysis of 3 active antennas and one passive antena inside a city. The resulting ray tracing analysis can be very useful to determine antenna coverage.

newFASANT v6.2: Demonstration of custom-shaped chaff clouds & parametric simulations
In this video we show how to use an arbitrary shape to define a chaff cloud. We are using here two cones containing different types of chaff elements.

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