Modeling Efficient Antenna Arrays using COMSOL Multiphysics® - Archived

This is a recording of a webinar that originally aired on November 11, 2021

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The performance of microwave and millimeter-wave antennas plays a key role in the application areas of 5G and satellite communication. The numerical study of such high-speed communication devices before fabrication and testing through electromagnetics simulation helps shorten the development cycle and time to market.

Join us for this live webinar to get an introduction on how to model a variety of antenna arrays and accurately evaluate their performance efficiently.

We will discuss examples including:

  • Phased antenna arrays
  • Hexagonal antenna arrays
  • Simplified antenna arrays with a periodic unit cell

We will take you through the modeling workflow including how to choose the physics, define appropriate boundary conditions, and material properties, followed by solving and postprocessing of the simulation results. We will also discuss how to simplify numerically complicated RF simulations using efficient modeling techniques.

This webinar includes a live demonstration and will conclude with a Q&A session.

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Vaibhav Adhikar
Applications Engineer II

Vaibhav Adhikar joined COMSOL as an applications engineer in 2020. He received his master’s degree in RF & microwave engineering from the Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology, Trivandrum, and interned at the Semiconductor Laboratory, ISRO, Chandigarh, designing flexible antennas and passive devices using silicon micromachining for THz communications.