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Sonnet Suite EM simulation software: EMC and Antennas...

Sonnet Suite EM simulation software: EMC and Antennas...

Sonnet Suite EM simulation software: EMC and Antennas...

Hi all !

I would like to know if someone as some experiencies with Sonnet Suite software ? Is it easy to learn/use ? Is it accurate ? What about PCB radiations simulations ?

My purpose is to use it for microstrip antennas, PCB radiations and planar analysis...



Thomas K.

RE: Sonnet Suite EM simulation software: EMC and Antennas...


I used SONNET software for microstrip antennas. Results were very good. I designed 2x2 patch array for 12 GHz feeded by coupling thru aperture. Whole design was very complicated and I was very suprised when my measurements were almost the same with simulation. I reccomend this software.
It's also user friendly and easy to learn.  Good luck.


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