Monday, November 4, 2013

Technical Application Webinar Series




 
We’ve already broadcast more than half of the CST Webinar Series 2013, but we still have a range of topics to explore, from wireless power transfer to traveling wave tube design, and more.

Make sure you mark your calendars and register for the weekly webinars in November to find out how electromagnetic simulation can help you in your daily work.

November 7: Wireless Power Transfer and Microwave Energy Harvesting
This webinar will consist of two parts. The first part is a review of low frequency power transfer in two categories: short range-inductive charging and powering of electronic devices and electric vehicles, and mid-range power transfer through coupled resonant circuits. The second part of the webinar is concerned with wireless energy transfer over longer distances, where the far-field transfer of RF energy may be used.

November 14: EMC Simulation in the Design Flow of Modern Electronics
In this webinar we will show several examples of EMC countermeasures in modern electronics and good practices for implementing them. We will also demonstrate how simulation can predict the EMC performance of typical components like PCBs, enclosures and cables, and compare the simulation results to measurements performed on physical implementations of the structures.

November 21: Traveling Wave Tube Design with Simulation
This webinar will show how the design of traveling wave tubes can be bolstered by the use of simulation tools and high-performance computing, beginning with adjusting the geometry of the SWS such that beam and phase velocity of the wave are synchronized.

November 26: Simulating Dielectric and Conductor Loss Components Including the Influence of Trace Edge and Surface Roughness Topography
Dielectric and conductor loss components require careful material parameterization and structure set up. This webinar will give an overview of the parameterizations and set up, including the trace cross-section shape influence on conductor loss.

As our webinar service provider is unable to support access via mobile devices, please ensure you use a desktop or laptop computer to register and attend the event.

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