Simulation Strategies for Increased Reliability, Performance and Time-to-Market
Aerospace and defense industries rely heavily on advanced electronic systems for field communications, controls and targeting systems, threat detection, asset tracking and health monitoring, and theater operations. These advanced electronic systems often require multiple high-fidelity antennas and their interference-free integration within a device, system or vehicle for maximum signal strength and reliability. This webinar series will explore electromagnetics simulation strategies and technologies to support the development of complex electronic systems.
Webinars are held once a month, on Tuesdays from 3 p.m. The first webinar starts on March 9, 2021. Register yourself to the whole series or select the most interesting topics for you:
Tue, March 9 | Optimizing Antenna Installed Performance
Tue, April 13 | Large Platform Co-site Interference Mitigation
Tue, May 11 | Complex Radome Electromagnetics Simulation in Minutes
Tue, June 8 | RCS and Scattering Simulation for Radar Systems
Tue, July 6 | Designing for Electromagnetic Radiation Hazards Compliance
Tue, August 3 | Radar and Radio Systems Coverage Optimization
Tue, September 14 | Rapid Design and Optimization of RF Devices
Who Should Attend?
This webinar series has been designed to address the needs and challenges of engineering managers, EMC engineers, antenna engineers and designers, RF engineers, and Radio site engineers from military contractors (OEMs and their suppliers), defense governmental organizations (including navy, air force, army), and aerospace companies (OEMs and their suppliers).
We are constantly expanding our network of clients, including major final manufacturers and suppliers for the automotive, aerospace and railway industries, as well as small and large engineering companies. We are active in the Czech Republic and beyond.
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