10.18.12 -- Wireless Technologies Transform Modern Medical Treatment
Wearing A Wire By Bert Buxton, ANSYS
Synapse uses ANSYS HFSS and the ANSYS human body model to evaluate performance of various antenna designs by modeling the complete system, including the wireless device and antenna and their interactions with the human body.
This 8-way MoCA Splitter from JFW Industries, Inc., has an 8-port resistive power splitter for MoCA testing configuration. It operates in the DC to 2,250-MHz frequency range and has a 75-ohms nominal impedance.
These dividers consist of radially symmetrical output branches emanating from a common junction. This junction is then transformed to the line by a series of cascaded quarter-wave transformers mounted within a coaxial housing.