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How to solve Complex Phased Array and Going beyond Radar Cross Section using Ansys HFSS

June 18, 2020 @ 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

June 18, 2020

11:30 AM (IST)


Antennas and phased arrays are the precision determining factors in communication and detection, especially in the aerospace and defense sector. Most of the antennas in this sector are complex and must meet stringent specifications due to complicated operating conditions on aircraft, ships, spacecraft, etc. In this webinar we will provide a brief description of Ansys HFSS and how it is used to design complex antennas. We will discuss how to solve complex antennas with new 3D component array technology, which uses fewer computer resources and takes less time. We will also cover hybrid solver technology inside HFSS (FEM, IE, PO, SBR+) to address installed antenna problems. Finally, we will demonstrate how you can use HFSS simulation to validate radar performance and to check the detection capability of the system.

Join us for this webinar to learn about some basic concepts of antennas, antenna arrays, installed antenna analysis and radar simulation for target detection using Ansys HFSS. Topics covered:

  • Antennas
  • Antenna arrays
  • Installed antenna analysis
  • Radar simulation to detect targets

hfss simulation

antenna radar performance

Speaker Bio

Antenna Radar Performance Validation Using Ansys HFSS Speaker

Nijas Kunju, PhD., Senior Application Engineer

Nijas Kunju specializes in RF, antennas, radar, signal integrity, power integrity and multiphysics simulation. He has been working with Ansys for the last four years. Nijas provides technical assistance for all RF, antenna, radar (especially for driverless cars) and 5G MIMO applications. He completed his master’s degree in electronics science and his PhD from Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kerala. He has authored more than 20 international and 20 national conference publications.

  • Antenna phased array engineers
  • RF engineers working in the installed antenna design
  • RF engineers working in the aerospace and defense sector
  • Research student, professors
  • Technical managers
  • Department heads
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