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AWR Press Release - August 6, 2009

White Paper Describing AWR EXTRACT Flow Schematic-Driven EM Analysis

Illustrates how this unique tool eliminates traditional roadblocks that hinder the integration of EM analysis and circuit extraction

Click to visit the Applied Wave Research websiteEl Segundo, Calif. — August 6, 2009 — Applied Wave Research (AWR).

AWR EXTRACT™THE STORY: Electromagnetic (EM) solvers and circuit extractors have become critical to modern RF and microwave design. Frequency requirements, circuit complexity, and size constraints mandate greater synergy between circuit simulation and layout analysis. This has always been hampered because the simulation is driven by the schematic and EM is represented by layout. AWR’s EXTRACT Flow eliminates this roadblock and improves user productivity by effortlessly integrating EM analysis and circuit extraction.

With an EXTRACT element on the schematic, the designer can automatically create EM documents from the schematic’s layout and then seamlessly reintegrate the results back into the schematic as part of any circuit simulation, optimization, or tuning step. The EXTRACT flow makes the designer’s job easier by allowing EM documents to be created and controlled from the electrical schematic so that they become an integral part of any simulation, tuning, or optimization process. It obsoletes the manual process of either updating EM structures or reintegrating multi-port S-parameter files back into the schematic from the EM analysis. EXTRACT is useful for MMIC, RFIC, RF module, and RF PCB design and it can be used with any solver or circuit extractor through AWR’s EM Socket™.

AWR offers both a PDF document and an interactive Flash version of the EXTRACT flow white paper. Both are available by visiting www.awrcorp.com. The white paper is also attached to this e-mail as a PDF file.

The direct link to this white paper is: http://web.awrcorp.com/content/Downloads/AWR-EXTRACT-White-Paper.pdf?from=-13497162349899877


© 2009 AWR Corporation, AWR and Microwave Office are registered trademarks of AWR Corporation. All others may be trademarks of their respective holders.


About AWR
AWR is the innovation leader in high-frequency EDA software that dramatically reduces development time and cost for products employed in wireless, high-speed wired broadband, aerospace and defense, and electro-optical applications. The company’s core technology is unique among high-frequency EDA platforms in that it is inherently open and flexible. AWR continually strengthens its product portfolio with innovative new technologies that enable faster, more streamlined product development, the most recent of which are the ACE™, RFA™, and AXIEM™ tools. The privately-held company has thousands of active users and is headquartered at 1960 East Grand Avenue, Suite 430, El Segundo, Calif. 90245. For more information about AWR and its products, please visit www.awrcorp.com.

© 2009 AWR Corporation. AWR, the AWR logo, and Microwave Office are registered trademarks, and ACE, AXIEM, RFA, and Visual System Simulator are trademarks of AWR Corporation. All others may be trademarks of their respective holders.


 

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Sherry Hess
Vice President of Marketing
AWR Corporation
(310) 726-3000
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