XF’s schematic editor provides engineers with a unique option for analyzing matching networks and corporate feed networks. In this tutorial, we demonstrate XF's workflow for analyzing a simple matching network and applying it to full-wave FDTD results using the schematic editor.
XFdtd software provides a seamless integration of circuit simulation with full-wave simulation, enabling analysis of complex matching networks, corporate feeds, and multi-port devices along with antennas.
XFdtd software simplifies the matched antenna design process by providing tools to parameterize the unmatched antenna, determine S11, synthesize a matching network topology, and determine final component values.
XFdtd is a full-wave antenna design and analysis tool that includes capability for matching network design. Learn about the latest advancements in the tool, including diplex matched antennas, microstrip-based components, and more.
A simple antenna for LTE band operation is added to the PC board of a smartphone in XFdtd, and the matching circuit is tuned for operation in multiple frequency bands. The components in the matching network are chosen to maximize system efficiency.
Remcom announces matching network tuning in the latest release of XFdtd 3D Electromagnetic Simulation Software, enabling users to easily adjust component values to meet design goals and understand the behavior of a circuit.