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Post subject: what do you use to simulate the pwb of mobile phone? Posted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 4:22 am
hello , everyone:
what do you use to simulate the pwb of mobile phone
In addition to functional validation,it is necessary to perform rf circuit simulation to satisfy the need of EMC.



Post subject: Posted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 6:08 am

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EMC effects in PWB level are usually simulated by EM (Electromagnetic) software as: HFSS, Momentum etc. With this kind of software you can observe radiation patterns etc from vias and see the effects of unterminated signals.

However, this kind of simulation is only good to obseve major obstacles and see areas that are prone to problems. The real results would be obtained only after the PWB is manufactured and populated with components. Only then, you can see the real problems and tackle them accordingly.

Good luck!

Best regards,

- IR

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