High Frequency Simulation Software

HFWorks is a fully 3-Dimensional field simulator for RF/Microwave and Wireless applications, based on the powerful finite element method. Currently, it is the only high frequency electromagnetic Add-in to SolidWorks®, the #1 CAD package. HFWorks is Gold Certified by SolidWorks® Corporation and includes three main solvers: Antennas, S-parameters, and Resonance. ... It covers a wide range of applications such as dielectric resonators, high Q filters, oscillators, tuning elements, matching circuits, waveguide twists and bends, waveguide tees, directional couplers, isolators, circulators, attenuators, antennas and feeds, accelerators, connectors, IC packages, RF coils, EMI emissions, EMC coupling, RF MEMS, chip-package-boards, PCBs, etc.
About Us

Microwave Soft offers solutions for your electromagnetic design challenges. We offer consultation for antenna design, RF/Microwave design, EMI/EMC, electromechanical difficulties and so on. We also provide you with full wave 3D finite element simulation software both for high and low frequency. ´╗┐If you are a SolidWorks user your life will be so easy as both of our softwares are fully integrated inside SolidWorks. We distribute EMS and HFWORKS.
Electromechanical Simulation Software

EMS is a 3D electromagnetic field simulator software suite, based on the powerful finite element method. Currently, it is the only electromagnetic Add-in to SolidWorks®, the #1 CAD package. EMS is Gold Certified by SolidWorks® and targets four main areas: electromechanical, electromagnetic, power electronics, and electromagnetic behaviour. Each of its five modules: Electrostatic, Conduction, Magnetostatic, AC-Magnetic, and Transient, has a built-in fully integrated thermal solver. EMS empowers the designer to compute electric, magnetic, mechanical, and thermal parameters including, force, torque, magnetic flux density, magnetic field, electric field, electric flux, current flow, eddy current, inductance, capacitance, resistance, flux linkage, core loss, saturation, induced voltage, force density, power loss, temperature, temperature gradient, heat flux and more.