CST Studio Suite – Design

 

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CST DESIGN STUDIO™

CST DESIGN STUDIO™(CST DS) is a powerful and easy-to-use schematic design tool that radically speeds up the analysis, synthesis and optimisation of complex structures and electromagnetic systems.

How does it work? CST DESIGN STUDIO™ (CST DS) enables the synthesis of complex systems from simulation blocks This blocks may represent circuit components, Ibis or Touchstone models, or analytic models from an inbuilt library. Particularly valuable are parametric models from various members of the CST STUDIO SUITE®, such as CST MICROWAVE STUDIO®, CST MIROSTRIPES®, CST PCB STUDIO®, or CST CABLE STUDIO®. All the simulation blocks can be synthesized in CST DS. The simulation task concept enables the rapid analysis of various aspects of the complete system's behaviour.

CST DS's open architecture enables the user to combine results from the best source available (simulation tool, analytical model, measurement results) in one user-friendly environment.

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"Design Studio is a must have for today’s electrical design engineer. Its interface with Microwave Studio is flawless and compliments it very well. A large diversity of waveguide structures is easily realized by defining a few parameters. In addition, the powerful Graphical User Interface allows S-parameter models to be effortlessly assembled, simulated and optimized with other passive structures."

Frederic Lecuyer, RF Antenna Design Engineer, Radio Frequency Systems, Inc.

Success Stories

 
Analyzing Power Integrity Issues from Power Plane Interactions

When a printed circuit board (PCB) includes a power plane that is near to signal traces or other power planes, there is a significant risk of energy transfer between parts of the system. Not only does this coupling lead to power switching noise being transferred into data signals, it also means that power supply systems may demonstrate additional resonances that are not seen in the individual components. This can affect the power integrity of the PCB and may reduce its speed or reliability. This paper will explore some of the potential power integrity issues that can affect a PCB and explain how simulation can be used to help reduce these effects..Read full article..

 
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CST Webinars

CST regularly organizes webinars demonstrating the uses of simulation in EM design and engineering.
Please check here for more details of our upcoming series of CST webinars.