SANTA CLARA, Calif., 17 Feb. 2012. Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) in Santa Clara, Calif., is introducing the Genesys 2012 software, the latest release of the company's RF and microwave board design application. The updated board-design software provides enhancements in RF system simulation -- including electromagnetic, circuit and statistical simulation -- and features to help designers improve the reliability of their systems, Agilent officials say.
Genesys 2012 is designed to simplify analysis of RF systems with multi-stage conversions that enable system architects to visualize spurious signals across a broad frequency sweep.
The software design and development tool offers root-cause-analysis capabilities, and helps RF system designers to determine the source and path of spurious frequencies across their operating frequency ranges. This can help designers troubleshoot their system architectures and frequency plans during system design, before hardware implementation.
The 2012 release of the Genesys software tool delivers improvements to the planar EM simulator Momentum GXF, including a quadrangle mesher to mesh a planar layout with the fewest number of unknowns. Genesys 2012 also provides a one-click link to Agilent's EMPro software for 3-D EM simulation without redrawing the structure.
For more information contact Agilent online at www.agilent.com.