Component-level Modeling of an Antenna onto a Satellite
The relationship between component and system-level modeling is significant for customers working in space applications and urban environments. This webinar will demonstrate a complete simulation workflow from the component-level modeling of an antenna to the system-level integration of the antenna onto a satellite.
Digital mission support for a satellite in orbit uses the installed array to transmit signals to a receiver on Earth. Furthermore, an additional radar analysis is performed with STK with actual RCS data from an aircraft model with HFSS. Using STK, systems engineers develop workflows that seamlessly integrate the higher fidelity component models from its existing market-leading physics-based simulation tools like Ansys HFSS.
- Build and analyze a communication link
- Apply external antenna gain patterns files from HFSS
- Generate a link budget
- Use HFSS generated RCS files from an aircraft in STK
- See model radar with STK (e.g., probability of detection)
This webinar will benefit engineers, designers, operators, and analysts working in space applications and urban environments. The attendees will learn how Ansys solutions can connect silos, reduce costs, improve time to market and eliminate risks.