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PedaSoft Press Release - January 11, 2010

PedaSoft Webinar and Newsletter: EM-Supreme Version 2010

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PedaSoft EM-SupremeChandler, AZ — January 11, 2010 — PedaSoft LLC announced EM-Supreme Version 2010. EM-supreme is a time-domain Field-Device-Circuit Co-Simulator that can be used to model passive structures, active components, and complete RF & millimeter-wave modules. EM-supreme models EM fields as they pass through the active and passive components to represent the actual behavior of your chip as it physically happens. Therefore, it’s an accurate alternative to what RF designers are using today “i.e. modeling the active and passive parts of the chip using separate field and circuit simulators, followed by combining the results employing simple approximations, without taking the effect of electromagnetic coupling, radiation, and interference into consideration,” which leads to inaccurate models especially at high power and/or high frequency RF chips. The tool also fully supports silicon vendor-supplied transistor models. The imported transistor model can be either physics- or circuit-based; such as Curtice, Tom, Statz, Angelov, as well any foundry models. Technology supported includes, but not limited to: PHEMTS, SiGe, GaAs, AlGaAs, InGaAs HBT’s and PIN diodes. With EM-supreme, RF designers can model CMOS as well as GaAs and GaN FETs. The tool enables RF designers achieving first-pass design success, eliminating ad-hoc design, and reducing time-to-market and development cost.

Availability: Version 2010 can be downloaded from www.pedasoft.com




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Phone: 480-821-9201
Fax: 480-821-4237

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19925 Stevens Creek Blvd.
Cupertino, CA 95014-2358  USA

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Date posted - 1/11/2010
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