CST MICROWAVE STUDIO
CST MICROWAVE STUDIO®(CST® MWS®) is a specialist tool for the 3D EM simulation of high frequency components. CST MWS’ unparalleled performance is making it first choice in technology leading R&D departments. CST MWS enables the fast and accurate analysis of high frequency (HF) devices such as antennas, filters, couplers, planar and multi-layer structures and SI and EMC effects. Exceptionally user friendly, CST MWS quickly gives you an insight into the EM behavior of your high frequency designs. CST promotes Complete Technology for 3D EM. Users of our software are given great flexibility in tackling a wide application range through the variety of available solver technologies. Beside the flagship module, the broadly applicable Time Domain solver and the Frequency Domain solver, CST MWS offers further solver modules for specific applications. Filters for the import of specific CAD files and the extraction of SPICE parameters enhance design possibilities and save time. In addition, CST MWS can be embedded in various industry standard workflows through the CST STUDIO SUITE® user interface. CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® is seen by an increasing number of engineers as an industry standard development tool.
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