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NI AWR Software Newsletter | Feb 2017
 

In This Issue

The Case of the Missing Ground: An EM Mystery

Our EM expert, Dr. John Dunn, has written a new application example, “5 Tips for Successful EM Simulation” based on the sleuthing work he did to solve an EM mystery. The example highlights five best practices Dr. Dunn used to analyze a module design within Analyst™ 3D FEM EM simulator.
 
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Multi-Chip Module Design, Verification, and Yield Optimization

This new application note details how NI AWR Design Environment's unified design flow streamlines full module simulation, inclusive of all process technologies.

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DST Group Designs 24-45 GHz SiGe Receiver

The Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group within Australia’s Department of Defense has developed a broadband SiGe receiver using NI AWR software. 
 
‘‘Analog Office provided the design team with a significant advantage. The software’s custom PCells boosted the capabilities of the foundry PDKs, simplifying the SiGe design flow by automating the process to layout complex structures over previous manual methods.”
 
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User Group Presentations Now on AWR.TV

Various customer and partner presentations recorded at the 2016 NI AWR Software / European User Group Meeting have been added to the AWR.TV YouTube Channel. These videos can be found under the Customer/Partner Spotlight playlist and cover a range of topics from PA and MMIC to MIMO/phased-array design.
 
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Publications
Events
ICMIM 2017
Mar 19 - 21
Nagoya, JP
 
EuCAP
Mar 20 - 24
Paris, FR
 
IEICE General Conference 2017
Mar 22 - 24
Nagoya, JP
 
Microwave & RF 2017
Mar 22 - 23
Paris, FR
 
ARMMS Conference
Apr 3 - 4
Oxford Belfry, Nr Thame, UK
Training

 
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