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Make engineering simpler with simulation software

How to cut design time and costs in engineering?

It is possible when shifting from real-world models to computer simulations.Say goodbye to the long waits for prototypes. With simulation software, your designs spring to life instantly on your screen, allowing for real-time tweaks and improvements.

This shift isn't just about speed. It’s about experimenting with a variety of ideas quickly and affordably, propelling us to innovate and solve problems faster than ever before.

Whether you're knee-deep in the design details or steering the project ship, embracing simulation technology is a game-changer in engineering.

It’s not just the future. It’s the now.

Many recognize simulations mainly for new designs projects. Yet there's huge potential in optimizing existing products too.

While this might not always apply to RF industries, like remanufacturing drones, it's incredibly relevant for IH industries.

For example, reevaluating an induction coil already in production through simulations can unveil significant improvements.

This approach not only extends the lifecycle of products but also enhances performance, demonstrating simulations' versatility beyond initial design phases.

Let’s dive into a real-world application: drone antenna design.

For drones, whether they’re zooming around for fun, work, or defense, signal strength is crucial. Achieving the best signal means designing specific antennas—a task unthinkable without the power of simulation.

Antennas, those essential transducers, play dual roles: some transmit signals turning electrical power into waves, while others receive, transforming these waves back into electrical signals. This dance of transmission and reception is critical, especially for remotely piloted drones.

Key to a drone’s operation is its Radio Control System (TX/RX), relying on a transmitter and receiver. To ensure you never lose your drone, features like telemetry become lifesavers, sending back crucial info such as battery levels and signal strength.

Choosing the right antenna, considering frequency, and understanding polarization are all pivotal. Whether it's deciding between a 2.4GHz or a 5.8GHz setup, or choosing linear vs. circular polarization for FPV drones, each decision impacts your drone's performance.

Find out more details from the article we wrote a while ago. See link in the comments. (Drone antenna types & simulation )

The perfect example?

The "Lollipop" antenna, a circularly polarized wonder for FPV drones, illustrating the importance of polarization in maximizing power reception.

But where to place these antennas for optimal signal?

Simulation software like CENOS becomes invaluable, guiding the best placement to avoid signal blocking, ensuring your drone stays connected.

By harnessing simulations, we’re not just cutting down on physical tests and design time. We’re confidently developing hardware prototypes. CENOS is here to transform your engineering workflow.

Dive in with a free trial or explore our documentation to learn more.

Your next breakthrough is a simulation away.

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