Modelithics Releases the COMPLETE+3D for HFSS


Tampa, Florida (November 14, 2019) – Modelithics is pleased to announce the release of version 19.6 of the ⇒Modelithics COMPLETE+3D Library for use with ANSYS HFSS, which includes 117 new full wave 3D Electromagnetic models.

The library contains a large selection of highly scalable models for capacitor, inductor, and resistor families from many popular vendors, plus an expanding collection of Modelithics’ 3D geometry models for Coilcraft and TDK inductors as well as a connector model for SV Microwave. Version 19.6 adds 15 new part value-, pad-, and substrate scalable models and 117 new full wave 3D electromagnetic models.

Details can be found here:https://www.modelithics.com/FreeDownloads/PressRelease/Modelithics_COMPLETE_plus3D_19.6_HFSS.pdf


Marki's IQ-Mixer Line expanded to 65GHz


As with our industry-leading double and triple balanced MMIC mixers, in L, H, and S-diode options, each providing higher P1dB and IP3 with a corresponding higher LO drive for the ultimate in design flexibility. No matter which version you select you will get exceptional spurious performance, high isolations and image rejection, and wide multi-octave bandwidths on all ports.

Today we’re introducing three new IQ mixers, each a variant of an existing product. The MMIQ-0218H offers an impressive 2 to 18 GHz RF/LO, DC to 3 GHz IF, IIP3 of +25dBm, and is also available in L-diode. The MMIQ-1040S has a 10 to 40 GHz bandwidth, DC to 12GHz IF, IIP3 of +27dBm, and is also offered in L-diode. The MMIQ-1865S is an 18 to 65 GHz mmwave IQ mixer with a wide DC to 23 GHz IF, IIP3 of +27dBm, and available in L-diode and H-diode as well. Each of these IQ mixers features high LO-RF isolation, such as the MMIQ-1865S with 50 dB isolation, enabling the use of a higher LO drive without penalty due to feedthrough. Each of these IQ mixers are available as a wire-bondable bare die and connectorized module.


Nuhertz exportiert Filtersynthese zu Empire XPU


In einer gemeinsam erstellten Präsentation haben Nuhertz und IMST gezeigt, wie robuste Filtersynthese und 3D-Simulation rasch zu erfolgreicher Filterfertigung führt.

Nuhertz ist seit langem bekannt für die ausgefeilte Synthese sowohl von diskreten als auch von Streifenleitungs-Filter. Dabei steht eine weite Palette von Topologien zur Auswahl. Durch die Fähigkeit, die synthetisierten Designs an externe Tools wie 3D/EM-Simulatoren zu exportieren, eröffnen sich für den Entwickler neue Chancen, sowohl Prototypen als auch serienreife Schaltungen zu entwerfen. Mit Empire XPU hat IMST einen EM-Simulator geschaffen, der zwar für Antennen-Analyse optimiert ist, trotzdem (oder gerade deswegen) sind planare Strukturen wie Streifenleitungsfilter ein ideales Anwendungsgebiet.

Mit der ⇒hier veröffentlichten Arbeit haben beide Partner erneut ihre Kompetenz in ihren Kerngebieten bewiesen.