In the age of the internet and IoT, the need for electromagnetic simulation is on the rise. Today’s electronic devices bristle with electronic transmitters and sensors of all kinds. Manufacturers and telecom companies increasingly need to worry about spectrum management, electromagnetic compatibility and interference (EMC/EMI), and electromagnetic radiation (EMR) hazards. AT&T and Verizon’s recent decision to delay 5G deployments near airports for fear of interference with aircraft radar altimeters illustrates why it is critical to get simulation right.
Altair and AMD recently teamed up to benchmark real-world electromagnetic simulation problems running state-of-the-art Altair® Feko® software on the latest AMD EPYC™ third-generation processors. Use cases included 5G network planning, modeling cellular connectivity from moving vehicles, and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) simulations typical of autonomous vehicle applications. The results show how organizations can improve simulation throughput, quality, and efficiency while reducing datacenter footprint and associated costs.
To learn how Altair and AMD can help deliver superior high-frequency electromagnetic simulations, download the whitepaper Improving the Economics of Simulation Wireless Connectivity with Altair Feko and Third-Generation AMD EPYC Processors.