Landscape Simulation Using Ansys HFSS SBR+

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This course is part of 5G Base Station Antenna Simulation Certification. Finish all the courses associated with the Simulation Certification to earn the digital credential.

In this course, we will cover the landscape simulation to analyze the effect of reflected radiated fields. We will show you how to import map data into HFSS through Ansys Spaceclaim. Then we will place one transmitting antenna and one receiving antenna from the antenna toolkit to analyze the effects of buildings, roads and other obstructions in such a large environment. We will introduce the EMIT Datalink for system link analysis.

This course is organized as below:

  • Introduction to Landscape Simulation
  • Steps to Import the Map Data in Which Transceiver System Analysis Can Be Performed
  • Workshop to Show the Analysis of the Transceiver System in a Hypothetical Environment and Quiz

Finally, the course wraps up with a quiz. Let's get started!

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