EM.Cube 2018 Product Release Announcement

EMAG Technologies Inc. proudly announces the new 2018 release of its flagship software product EM.Cube. EM.Cube R18 is the most powerful electromagnetic simulation suite EMAG has ever produced in its history of more than two decades. The new release offers a combination of productivity features requested by our valued users as well as state-of-the-art simulation capabilities that reflect the latest advances in computational electromagnetics (CEM).

EM.Cube Pro integrates several simulation engines within a single unified environment, all sharing a common, versatile 3D CAD modeler and extensive data visualization and model generation utilities. Some of the new features of EM.Cube Pro R18 include:

  • (EM.Tempo) New gyrotropic materials including biased ferrites and magnetoplasmas
  • (EM.Tempo) New inhomogeneous dielectric material properties defined as mathematical or Python expressions/functions of 3D spatial coordinates (x,y,z)
  • (EM.Tempo) Improved and expanded “Fast Ports” capability for accelerated computation of S-parameters of resonant structures based on Prony’s method of exponential interpolation/extrapolation
  • (EM.Tempo) Highly expanded FDTD-SPICE co-simulation capability including new active one-port and two-port Netlist-based lumped circuits on PEC lines and full compatibility with Netlist files generated by RF.Spice A/D
  • (EM.Terrano) New digital modulation schemes with 17 waveform types and computation of Eb/N0 and bit error rate (BER)
  • (EM.Terrano) Complete polarimetric (theta-phi) characterization of the propagation channel for MIMO analysis
  • (EM.Terrano) New “almost real-time” Polarimatrix solver using an existing 3D ray database as an alternative to physical ray tracing
  • (EM.Terrano) New Point Scatterer sets with imported polarimetric scattering matrix data files
  • (EM.Terrano) New Radar Simulator generating a ray tracing solution of bistatic and monostatic radar system configurations
  • (EM.Ferma) New thermal simulation engine (heat conduction and convection) for computation of steady-state temperature distribution and heat flux density
  • (EM.Ferma) Import of SAR or dissipated power density data from EM.Tempo as a spatially distributed volume heat source
  • Greatly expanded Python scripting capability including a large set of new Python commands for project and file management, getting and setting individual properties of geometric objects, retrieving the value of a standard or custom output parameter, and post-processing the simulation output data files
  • New expanded graph controls for Matlab-style 2D and 3D plot types
  • Integration with the NeoScan field measurement system

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