Radomes are structures that enclose antenna systems with the purpose of protecting it from the environment. The material selection, shape and type of a radome are vital parts of the design that should ensure maximum system protection with minimum impact on the overall performance.
In this webinar we will show how radomes can be tackled through electromagnetic simulation. We will introduce the topic with a range of applications, discuss the figures-of-merit for robust designs and focus on examples that illustrate how the Complete Technology of CST STUDIO SUITE can be used to achieve an optimal radome design.
Rodrigo Kenji Enjiu got his Information Engineer degree (2012) at UFABC, Santo André, Brazil. He worked as microwave engineer in Brazil before joining CST in 2013 as an Application Engineer in Darmstadt, Germany. His areas of interest are passive devices, antennas, power electronics and EMC.
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