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EMS+ Introduces:
EZ-FDTD ©

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Full-wave three-dimensional analysis software.
Proven...tested...powerful!!


   Based on the Finite-Difference Time-Domain method, EZ-FDTD brings the full power of electromagnetics to solve complex EMI/EMC real-world problems for any frequency ranges that your application demands.
Eliminate guessing for critical problems
Eliminates rule of thumb uncertainty
Provides insight, confidence and solutions

 
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Now released is EZ-FDTD version 2.2 for advanced FDTD modeling and simulation!

Features include everything in the
EZ-EMC Release 2.1 plus:

  • Far Field Plane Wave Source type
  • Faster load and play for large FDTD animation files
  • the ability to output FDTD animations into *.avi files for use with other applications or on other computers
  • Lumped inductors (to go along with existing resistors and capacitors)

Now released is EZ-FDTD+ for expert users needing special FDTD features!

Featues include all EZ-FDTD
version 2.1 plus:

  • Lossy Materials
    • Debye (electric & magnetic)
    • Lorentz(electric & magnetic)
  • S-paramenter materials
  • S-parameter probes
  • Skin-Effect metals
   

Applications

  • PC Board with Lossy dielectrics
  • PC Board via and discontinuties
  • Ferrite tile analysis
  • S-parameter extraction
  • Shielding Analysis
  • Gasket performance Analysis
  • Cavity and Shielded Box Resonance
  • Heatsink emissions analysis
  • Grounding Analysis
  • Susceptibility Analysis
  • Board Emissions
  • Ferrite Filter Analysis
  • Antenna Applications
  • Test Site Analysis
  • (OATS, GTEM, Anechoic Room, etc.)
  • and much more!
EZ-FDTD functionality
  • Three-Dimensional modeling
  • Full-wave modeling
  • User-friendly GUI
  • Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP platforms
  • Powerful animation of both electric and magnetic fields
  • Time domain or frequency domain results
  • Electric and magnetic fields
Emi/Emc Computational Modeling Handbook
EMI/EMC Computational Modeling for Real World Engineering Problems Seminar