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Modelithics System Components Library for Keysight SystemVue.

Tampa, Florida (December 7, 2021) – Modelithics is pleased to announce the Modelithics System Components Library for Keysight PathWave System Design (SystemVue). This library includes models for system-level components like amplifiers, filters, attenuators, couplers, and packages. Models are available for components from a wide range of manufacturers, including Barry, IMS, Kyocera AVX, Mini-Circuits, Murata, and Qorvo. In total, the current Modelithics System Components Library offering contains nearly 160 models.

Combining Keysight PathWave System Design (SystemVue) with the Modelithics System Components Library makes it possible for designers to predict system performance in the presence of real-world environmental effects like interference.

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Learn More About Modelithics Models for Keysight SystemVue - RF CafeArticle: Highly Accurate RF System Modeling for Wi-Fi and Cellular Interference Analysis This application note explains the need for accurate RF models when designing systems that operate in crowded frequencies with multiple devices and standards. Using an advanced system simulation platform such as PathWave System Design with system models from Modelithics, Inc. helps teams meet these increasingly challenging performance requirements.

For more information about this new release and further details on the new models, please visit: https://www.modelithics.com/model or contact sales@modelithics.com.

 

About Modelithics, Inc.

Modelithics, Inc. (www.Modelithics.com) was formed in 2001 to address the industry-wide need for high-accuracy RF and microwave active and passive simulation models for use in Electronic Design Automation (EDA) and full-wave electromagnetic (EM) simulators. Modelithics' premium product is the Modelithics® COMPLETE Library, which includes the CLR Library™, containing measurement-based Microwave Global Models™ for a multitude of commercially-available passive component families, as well as the NLD Library™ (non-linear diode models), the NLT Library™ (non-linear transistor models), and the SLC Library™ (system level component models). Modelithics' services also address a wide range of custom RF and microwave measurement, EM simulation and modeling needs. Modelithics® is a registered trademark of Modelithics, Inc. Microwave Global Models™, CLR Library™, NLD Library™, NLT Library™, and the SLC Library™ are also trademarks of Modelithics, Inc. The Modelithics Vendor Partner (MVP) Program allows for collaboration and open communication during the development of advanced data sets and models for commercially available microwave components and devices, with flexible sponsorship and distribution arrangements for the resulting data and models. An example of such an arrangement is the Modelithics Qorvo GaN Library, a fully sponsored library distributed for free by Modelithics under sponsorship of Qorvo®. Modelithics has also recently launched a new Standard & Custom Test Fixture and Accessory Product Line, including legacy parts from J Micro Technology for a family of thin film Alumina substrate components. 

 

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Angie Rogers

Sales & Marketing Manager

Modelithics, Inc.

3802 Spectrum Boulevard, Suite 130

Tampa, Florida  33612

Phone: 813.866.6335

E-Mail: sales@modelithics.com

Web: modelithics.com

 

 

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