Wednesday, April 3, 2013


Want to know the future of in-flight connectivity? Or perhaps you’re simply keen on uncovering the key element of a well-designed radar or RFID? As diverse as these technologies are, you are likely to run into one common element that defines their performance – antennas. 

CST is a platinum sponsor of EuCAP, European Conference on Antennas and Propogation, which this year will be held in Gothenburg, Sweden from April 8-12. Borrowing the catch-phrase of the host city Gothenburg, EuCAP encourages visitors to ‘go: use your antennas’. We’ve taken this call-to-action literally with our Advanced Antenna System Simulation workshop enabling you to do just that - use your antennas:  
This workshop will consist of various application examples and live demonstrations. All aspects of the antenna design workflow will be discussed, from making the right choice of antenna type and its initial dimensioning, through to choosing the optimal solver technology and optimizing the antenna performance for a specific application. The design of feeding and matching circuits will be discussed, along with multiphysics effects, human exposure to fields, and finally the antenna placement in its environment.
Not only will we be conducting this workshop, but CST will be joined with expert engineers from Magus Pty Ltd, developers of leading antenna synthesis tool Antenna Magus, to show visitors how simulation can help greatly in creating and testing antennas against the desired specifications.

We will be available at booth #29 and #30 to discuss antenna simulation and answer questions regarding Antenna Magus as well as our entire range of antenna simulation tools, including our flagship software CST MICROWAVE STUDIO®, and our partners’ products; Optenni Lab, EMIT, and Savant.
We're looking forward to seeing you there!

EuCAP 2013
April 8-12, 2013
Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre
Gothenburg, Sweden C
CST Booth: #29, #30

CST Workshop: Advanced Antenna Simulation
April 9, 2013 14.00– 15.00 (Room R24 + 25)

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