Electromagnetic Simulation is at the heart of what our Antenna Design Consultant do at our Singapore office in BroadTech Engineering.
The heavy proliferation of wireless technologies in our electronic eco-systems provides constant 24/7 availability available mobile phone, geographical navigation and long distance data transmission capabilities that extend across a multitude of industry sectors and applications, which encompass consumer electronic devices, residential home automation electro-mechanical systems, telecommunications, Automotive engineering, Aerospace engineering and homeland defense application.
New Wave of Revolution in Wireless Technology
With the introduction of fresh revolutionary wireless data communication technology which includes new standards such as the 5th-generation wireless communication systems (5G), the Internet of Things (IoT), Autonomous self-driving automobiles with intelligent smart state-of-art driver-assisting systems (ADAS), and fast technological improvement in broadening the practical application and efficient performance of current wireless communication transmission technologies, the business expansion opportunities have grown to become much more tremendous.
Complexity of Antenna Usage Environment
The engineering electro-magnetic field simulation of wireless antenna systems in complex usage environmental condition spans a multitude of computational domains and solution methodologies.
It demands a professional and efficient antenna Design workflow created for design engineers, not just expert CAE consulting analysts.
This demands that these antenna simulations (IL: antenna simulation) methods work together in a seamless engineering workflow that provides the necessary multi-fidelity model libraries so engineering FDTD simulations can start before complete and detailed data concerning the equipment is available.
Electromagnetic Field Simulation (IL: Electromagnetic Field Simulation) of Antenna Engineering analysis should yield reliable test data that accelerate the most optimal technical performance requirements and selection engineering component.
Avoiding Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
A common technical challenge faced by engineering design consultants for achieving a seamless engineering system integration in complex environments is making the sure normal functioning of every single radio signal transmitters and receivers on an aviation aircraft, such as airplanes and helicopter.
All signal transmission antennas deployed must be able to operate concurrently without inducing degradation of the performance of the surrounding antenna which is in close proximity.
To have an appreciation of the complexity that is required to be solved by Engineering Consulting Firms, a common passenger aircraft situation can possibly have tens of millions (or even more) permutation of ways that the transmitted signal interference can occur.
Antenna field analysis is essential as an occurrence of interference in signal transmitted which can result in degradation of transmission performance.
Although the traditional 2D scenario matrix table provides a simple system-level overview to swiftly identify issues with any systems to system negative signal interactions, it, however, yields little or no real engineering insights into the actual root cause of the signal interference issue or the actual 3D spatial pathways of the interfering signals causing the interference.
Identification of EMI Causes
For example, in a real-life antenna application scenario, if one of the transmission radio device on a helicopter suffers from signal interference induced by concurrent operation of other co-located signal transmitters, the antenna design diagnostic tool will visually show the signal traceback display along with interference tags that are placed on the wideband spectral plots.
Antenna design engineers can instantly identify that the EMI interference issue is induced by a high-order inter-modulation interaction which is a result of from the nonlinearity of the power amplifier that happens due to signal coupling between two of the antenna transmitter transmitting systems.
This kind of interaction occurrence can be especially difficult to predict and diagnose in the absence of an automated diagnostic solution.
Using on traditional testing and measurement approaches to recognize this EMI interference(EMI) problems is a very expensive process which is worsened by the requirement to thoroughly test the entire/whole 3D spatial environment space with all Radio Frequency (RF) equipment in a fully operational state.
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) of Nearby Co-deployed Antenna
As the quantity and variants of wireless transmission equipment consistently continues to proliferate the antenna market, it has actually becomes even more crucial to carefully assess the negative Electromagnetic (EM) impact of nearby co-located antenna transmission equipment on the actual wireless signal transmission performance of the system being designed if proper performance is to be expected in deployed locations.
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Application of Wireless Communication in Logistics
For example, a modern automated warehouse might receive customers online orders and dispatch them via sophisticated delivery drones.
The fulfillment warehouse heavily relies on numerous RF radio transmission devices to wirelessly connect the different parts of this order request and order delivery workflow work process flow.
Wireless antenna systems in the logistics warehouse includes the deployment of integrated radio frequency identification (RFID) tags and installed RFID readers for inventory management & control, wire-free data transmission linkage transmitting in various unlicensed radio frequency bands to send and receive command signals to the independent android robots and autonomous independently controlled flying drones, Global Positioning System (GPS) for geo-locating information, and internet Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® data connection between communicating consumer devices.
Additionally, various different sources of RF signals, such as portable radio devices which are used for convenient 2-way communication between workers in the fulfillment warehouse, will inevitably adversely affect the performance of the wireless data transmission links employed to sustain the daily running of the warehouse facility.
In such a dynamically inter-related and complicated wireless data transmission ecosystem, there are inevitably many incidences of signal interference to occur and degrade the operational performance of the wireless antenna system.
Utilizing engineering simulation during the very early design stages of the warehouse’s wireless data transmission systems can facilitate in the highlighting and mitigation of costly operational malfunction before the physical system has been actually implemented on the field.