FEKO is a full wave, method of moments (MoM)-based computer code for the analysis of general electromagnetic problems.
The comprehensive implementation of the MoM, the very efficient multi-level fast multipole method (MLFMM) and the hybridisation
with asymptotic high frequency techniques, Physical Optics (PO), Geometrical Optics (GO) and the Uniform Theory of Diffraction
(UTD), enable the analysis of electrically (very large problems (e.g. antennas on ships, aircrafts and vehicles). The hybridisation
of the MoM with the Finite Element Method (FEM) as well as other additional formulations enable FEKO to effectively solve multiple
dielectric bodies, thin dielectric sheets, dielectric coatings and antennas in stratified media.
Parallel processing and other techniques like the advanced adaptive frequency interpolation (efficient calculation of broadband
responses), an efficient out-of-core solver for large scale problems, a multilayer planar Green's function (modelling of real earth
or dielectric substrates), Periodic Boundary Conditions (PBC), modelling of non-radiating networks, cable coupling analysis or the
optimisation functionality with different algorithms available (e.g. grid search, Genetic Algorithms, Particle Swarm) can be used to
speed up the solution of the CEM problems. A professional graphical user
interface is available as well as different import filters for mesh import (e.g. AUTOCAD DXF) and CAD import and export (e.g. CATIA).
Further details are available here.
Antenna Magus is the first design tool of its kind which aids in the design process of antennas and in estimating
their performance. The implementation of this software replaces the need for referring to literature, formulas and lookup tables.
It acts as a search engine in short listing relevant antennas from a database based on certain criteria e.g. Medium gain, Resonant,
GSM, etc. Antenna Magus models can be exported to FEKO in parameterised form where the latter is used for computing the exact
performance using various numerical techniques. Further details are available here.
IXUS software helps network operators and subcontractors to maintain EMF compliance. With IXUS customers can model
and calculate non-compliance zones in 3D, generate compliance documentation automatically as well as manage and monitor compliance
for a whole network. This helps to reduce the time and cost of attaining EMF compliance.
IXUS consists of the IXUS 3D Modeller and the IXUS Manager. The Modeller is used for easily building 3D site models,
selecting ready-made antennas from a library and automatically calculating and displaying EMF non-compliance zones.
The Manager is a useful tool for storing base station details, models and plans for your entire network, generating compliance
reports and certificates as well as managing and monitoring base station compliance status.
IXUS was created to be customised. It can be integrated with proprietary base station databases and modified to work with guidelines
other than EMF, such as IEEE. Further details are available here.