MEMS Companies that design micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) face a number of challenges: The devices incorporate multiple physical effects at the micro scale in environments that are hostile to both mechanical components and electronic circuits. Semiconductors, for example, must resist heat buildup while withstanding a wide range of structural loads and ambient temperature swings. Mechanical parts such…

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Electromechanical Systems Design

Electromechanical Systems DesignConsumers as well as governments demand a lot from products: performance, entertainment, safety, fuel efficiency, and more. These concerns are driving the integration of electromagnetic components, power electronic circuits and control systems — sometimes called mechatronics — and each sector involves different physics domainsand design expertise. The ever-increasing requirements require a new generation of design strategies and…

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RF/Microwave System Design

RF/Microwave System DesignSome end equipment intentionally emits electromagnetic energy. This includes RF component design such as RF amplifiers or RFICs as well as the integration of various RF components into microwave systems such as radar and antennas. Product designers face many electromagnetic, thermal and mechanical design challenges.From an electromagnetics standpoint, engineers must fashion components with micro- or…

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End Equipment Design

End Equipment Design Customers have evolved to be rather demanding about new products and features. Consequently, companies that operate in the electronics end equipment sector face a very competitive environment with a very short design cycle. One challenge is balancing conflicting design specifications, such as product functionality vs. cost reduction, or improved product reliability vs. weight and size reduction. Electromagnetic…

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Integrated Chip, Package & Board Design

Integrated Chip, Package & Board DesignToday’s semiconductor chips must withstand an increased amount and frequency of data generated. This increase is the result of several factors that have converged to make chip design more complex: Clock speed has risen, integrated circuits (ICs) contain more transistors, and transistor size has decreased.As a result, engineers face increased complexity in designing chips, packages and…

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SemiconductorsSemiconductor designers focus on developing devices including BGAs, flip chips, MCMs, stack dies and lead frame packages. Engineers in this sector face a number of challenges — many of them multidisciplinary, centering on mechanical, thermal and electromagnetic. The driving force in the industry is the continuing need to reduce feature size: The latest processors use transistors…

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Networking & Communications

Networking & CommunicationsThe networking and communications equipment sector develops products including telecom routers and switches, optical networking devices, firewall devices and mobile phone base stations. Engineers face a variety of challenges in thermal, mechanical and electromagnetic disciplines: a continuous increase in component power density, the drive for miniaturization, and reliance on forced-air cooling as the main method…

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Power Electronics

Power ElectronicsThe power electronics and industrial equipment industries make wide use of imaging and testing equipment, electric motors and generators, converters, switches, transformers, coils, actuators, sensors and power supplies. Throughout the product design process, engineers in these sectors must meet a number of targets, including improved product efficiency, continuous product miniaturization and higher reliability — all…

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Computer & Storage Devices

Computer & Storage DevicesEngineers who design computers — desktop, laptop and tablet devices as well as high-end servers and supercomputers — face a number of challenges: increasing power density, a continued demand for air cooling, and the need to reduce device size, weight and noise pollution. Since the computer industry is a highly competitive market, engineers operate within very…

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Defense & Aerospace Electronics

Defense & Aerospace ElectronicsIn the defense and aerospace sectors, companies design advanced electronics systems such as avionics, fly-by-wire controls and airborne communications. Electronics components are used in a variety of other applications, including surveillance and radar, antennas, guidance systems, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UMAVs).
Electric field patterns of two roof mounted antennas performed by ANSYS HFSSEngineers in the industry face…

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Automotive Electronics

Automotive ElectronicsAlmost half the value of next-generation automobiles is expected to come from onboard electronics and electromechanical components. Manufacturers in this industry are using advanced electronics within sophisticated engine and safety controls and electric/hybrid electric drives as well as in the design of navigation, audio systems and LED lighting. As a result, automotive electronics engineers face…

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Electronics and Semiconductor Design

Electronics and Semiconductor Design The electronics industry has dramatically transformed the way we communicate, work, learn and entertain. The effects can be seen in new and evolving products, such as chips with nanometer-scale transistors, ultra-smart phones, fiber optic and wireless communication networks, and computers that fit into a shirt pocket. The leap in electronics capabilities is driving innovation at…

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