RF & Microwave Engineering Blog Posts
Understanding Higher-Order Diffraction
Explore how to use the Ewald sphere to study diffraction from planar periodic structures. (Interact directly with the model to get the full picture!)
From TV Signals to Toasting: Tuning a Yagi–Uda Antenna to Heat Muffins
See how modeling and simulation can be used to test an unconventional heating method. Here, we explore how a Yagi–Uda antenna performs as a hypothetical oven replacement to heat muffins.
Using Different Physics Interfaces for RF Electromagnetic Heating Models
RF heating problems can be modeled with both the RF Module and the AC/DC Module. Learn more about their capabilities here.
Verifying the Friis Transmission Equation with FEM–BEM Coupling
The RF Module can be used to model transmitter and receiver antennas for line of sight communication. Learn about this application of FEM-BEM coupling here.
Shape Optimization in Electromagnetics: Part 2
See 2 examples of how shape optimization can benefit the design of microwave and millimeter wave applications. Part 2 of a 2-part series.
The Use of COMSOL Multiphysics® in the Food Industry
Food for thought: Explore how previously failed products and the use of multiphysics simulation inspire innovation in the food industry.
How to Use the New Spatial FFT Feature for Applications in Optics
COMSOL Multiphysics® version 6.0 includes the new Spatial FFT feature. Learn how this feature can be used in applications in optics here.
Mode Analysis for Electromagnetic Waveguides in COMSOL®
Get an introduction to mode analysis, which can be used to investigate mode characteristics in complex waveguide structures.
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