AWR Press Release - July 6, 2010
AWR to Present EM Technology at IEICE/Japan
TOKYO, Japan, 6 July 2010
AWR Japan’s Tetsuo Kitajima, marketing and
operations manager for the AWR K.K., will present “New Technologies in Electromagnetic (EM) Planar Simulation”
during the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) Technical Meeting on
Wednesday, July 21, 2010 in Osaka, Japan.
Planar EM simulators have been widely used in the microwave & RF market place for decades now to characterize
board, package, and chip interconnect. However, they have traditionally been limited by the size/complexity of
problems that can be reasonably solved on a typical computer/network. Mr. Kitajima will present advances in
numerical techniques that now make larger designs possible, including new compressed, iterative solvers, which can
solve extremely large, complex problems with speed and accuracy.
IEICE - Osaka, Japan
Wednesday, 21 July 2010
The IEICE, located in Tokyo, Japan, is known internationally as one of the world’s
leading academic institutions in the area of electrical engineering, and is devoted to the investigation and
exchange of knowledge on the science and technology of electronics, information and communications.
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reduces development time and cost for products employed in wireless, high-speed wired, broadband, aerospace and
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