Toshiba Uses AWR’s AXIEM to Improve Antenna Performance
While Reducing Design Time and Costs
April 11, 2012 Press Release
El Segundo, CA – April 11, 2012
Service and Engineering Company designs planar antennas for Japanese digital terrestrial TV broadcasting. Toshiba
designers were under strict time and budget constraints, but after adopting AWR’s AXIEM 3D planar EM simulation
software, they were able to cut their design time from three months to eight weeks. This gave them more time and
budget to fine-tune performance measurements and realize a higher performing antenna as a result. The full story
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