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  1. Remcom Announces Geometry Caching In Wireless Insite For Expedited Sequential Simulations
    2/27/2019

    Remcom announces geometry caching and other processing optimizations in Wireless InSite® 3D Wireless Prediction Software. Wireless InSite’s X3D Propagation Model automatically caches processed geometry for later use, dramatically reducing run times for all subsequent simulations.

  2. Remcom Announces 5G Antenna Array Design Features In XFdtd Electromagnetic Simulation Software
    12/12/2018

    Remcom announces 5G antenna array design features in the latest release of XFdtd® 3D EM Simulation Software, including workflow enhancements for modeling complex devices at millimeter wave frequencies.

  3. Remcom Announces MIMO Beamforming And Throughput Prediction To Support Emerging 5G And WiFi Technologies
    10/24/2018

    Remcom announces a new capability to simulate beamforming and throughput for MIMO systems in Wireless InSite® 3D Wireless Prediction Software.  The new release provides customers designing base stations and WiFi devices with a critical metric for analyzing real-world device performance in indoor or 5G dense urban outdoor environments.  The software has also been updated to simulate key MIMO techniques for enhancing network performance.

  4. Remcom Expands Communication Channel Outputs For Analyzing WiFi And LTE Performance
    11/8/2017

    Remcom announces expanded communication channel outputs in Wireless InSite®, its site-specific radio propagation software for the analysis of wireless systems.  The update includes WiFi and LTE metrics for in situ assessment of devices such as smart home appliances and intelligent personal assistant devices, wireless access points (routers), LTE base stations, and more.

  5. Remcom Announces Specialized Tool For Optimized Simulation Of 5G MIMO Systems
    11/15/2016

    Remcom announced the release of Wireless InSite® MIMO, a new version of its site-specific radio propagation software that simulates the detailed multipath of large numbers of MIMO channels while overcoming the increased level of computations required for traditional ray tracing methods.