QuickWave 3D
Complete 3D electromagnetic simulation.

QuickWave 3D (QW-3D), is a universal user-friendly three-dimensional electromagnetic simulation package (winner of the European Information Technology Prize in 1998) based on the conformal FDTD method and supplemented with a range of unique models for curved boundaries, media interfaces, modal excitation, and parameter extraction.
Complete 3D electromagnetic simulation offer a set of various results from wide area of applications. A lot of processing/postprocessings present a complete offer of comprehensive solutions from microwave components (filters, couplers, resonators, etc.) through antennas, TDR applications, optimisation and parameters sweep to simulation of microwave heating process (with Basic Heating Module) with temperature dependent media, static, rotated or moved heated object(s), and heat transfer.
QuickWave 3D can be applied to a variety of microwave and millimetre-wave problems including:
accurate S-parameter calculations of shielded and open microwave and millimetre-wave circuits, also in cases involving dispersion, multimodal propagation, and evanescent modes, covering in particular the circuits manufactured in microstrip, coplanar, coaxial, cylindrical waveguide, and dielectric guide technologies
calculations of radiation patterns, gain, radiation efficiency, radiation resistance, and return loss of antennas of various types (patch, horn, rod), rigorously taking into account irregular geometry, complicated corrugations, and inhomogeneous filling
calculations of input impedance of mobile phone antennas and of specific absorption rate in human tissues
calculations of heating patterns for microwave power applications, with accurate and fast display of instantaneous, time-maximum, and time-averaged patterns of fields and dissipated power
determination of eigenfrequencies, Q-factors, and pure modal field patterns for shielded and open inhomogeneous resonators, also in cases involving closely-spaced modes
calculations of embedding impedance for lumped elements
calculation of scattering patterns with plane wave excitation