In this video, we demonstrate how to model a Cassegrain reflector antenna with the feed located under the main reflector, covering the structure with a 1mm PVC radome sheet in order to support the antenna. We obtain a fast convergence using EFIE, the GMRES iterative solver and our parallelized SAI preconditioner.
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. We also define a parametric simulation containing four steps in order to simulate different scenarios that emulate the expansion of the cloud over time.
This example shows how to generate a database of cells using the Reflectarrays Module.
In this example we show how to use a multipole antenna instead of a physical antenna in a MoM simulation.
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
We show in this video some of the capabilities to generate and modify geometries using the new embedded terminal included in the new newFASANT release v6.2. This is also the starting point to store and execute scripts with newFASANT.
We present here an example of a dynamically created scenario, where a car moves along a path, creating 4 different cases that are automatically meshed and simulated