AWR White Paper Describes Benefits of Co-Simulation Between High-Frequency and Thermal Analysis Tools In MMIC Design

El Segundo, CA – December 8, 2011

What: AWR has released a new white paper entitled “An Electrical-Thermal MMIC Design Flow” that demonstrates, using an actual design example, the effectiveness of co-simulation between AWR’s Microwave Office® high-frequency design software and CapeSym’s SYMMIC thermal analysis tool. An X-band RF power amplifier/low-noise amplifier MMIC for a transceiver application was designed in Microwave Office software and thermal coupling and other issues between the two circuits on the single die were quickly remedied with SYMMIC to produce optimum results.

Where:  Online at http://web.awrcorp.com/Thermal-MMIC-WP/

As a PDF attached to this media alert

When:  Immediately

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