ANTENNA MODELING AND DESIGN
AN-SOF is intended for solving problems in the following areas:
- Antenna analysis and design, including microstrip and patch antennas.
- Radiated emissions from printed circuit boards (PCB).
- Susceptibility analysis of PCBs.
- Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) applications.
- Multiconductor transmission lines.
- Passive circuits and general non-radiating networks.
The main purpose of AN-SOF is making simulation easy and accessible to a wide audience, so the software has been designed for everyone interested in Electromagnetics and Electronics. No previous expertise in electromagnetic simulation is required to begin using this tool. AN-SOF is frequently used by students, teachers, technicians, engineers, amateur radio hams, and everyone involved in the research and design of metallic antennas and passive circuits, from the very low frequency range to microwaves, as well as those dealing with radio engineering, microwaves, radar techniques, electromagnetic compatibility and communications.
The program can also be used for teaching purposes, primarily for research activities at the postgraduate level, but also for demonstration of antenna and scatterer phenomena.
Examples demonstrating the AN-SOF simulation capabilities can be downloaded from the following links. Right-click the links below and select "Save target as..." or "Save link as...", depending on your browser.