newFASANT, the first electromagnetic software tool that simulates in an efficient and accurate manner collision avoidance (as well as pedestrian protection) radar systems in real environments. It allows the modelization of the behavior of antennas located on different parts of the car as well as the propagation or scattering in complex urban scenarios considering all the elements contained in the geometry (buildings, pedestrian, vehicles, etc.), dynamic simulations of realistic scenes involving multiple vehicles with changing speed and location, and complete simulations considering full periods of the FM-CW radar sequence.
Analysis of the thickness of a radome by using the parametric simulations
newFASANT allows to easily study the thickness of a radome by using the parametric simulations. In particular, we are interested in studying the behavior of a radome with three layers, where the external ones are identical but the middle one has a different material and its thickness depends on the parameter t.
Analysis and design of a radome in the aircraft nose at 8 GHz with MOM module
newFASANT allows to easily analysis and design of radome. In particular, in this case,we are designing the radome in the aircraft nose at 8 GHz.
Radiation pattern combining MoM>D modules using pattern as multipole expansion
newFASANT allows to easily analysis a large antenna on-board a platform combining MoM and GTD modules
Windshield of Cockpit Radome set-up
newFASANT allows to easily analysis and design of radome. In particular, in this case, we are designing the radome in windshield of Cockpit.
Analysis and design of a novel multibeam reflector at X-Band
Analysis and design of an antenna composed by a five-horn array and two layers of electromagnetic bandgap (EBG) material. The main goal of this antenna is to obtain high gain over a wide bandwidth, while maintaining a compact size. The final design was built and measured and the results were compared.
Design of dichroic compact reflectors systems
A compact system is designed to radiate in 2 different frequencies and directions. Selective frequency behavior is achieved by replacing the reflectors by FSS. The upper reflector reflects at 5 GHz, but it is transparent at 8 GHz, and the lower reflector reflects at 8 GHz, but it is also has a frequency selective behavior
Design of dichroic cassegrain reflector at C&X or Ku&X frequency bands
A Cassegrain reflector is analyzed at C, X and K bands. Selective behavior is achieved by replacing the reflectors by FSS crosses. FSS-subreflector may reflect at C and Ku bands, but it is transparent at X band. Main reflector is feed at X band.