ANSYS Electronics Desktop Reviews & Product Details


What is ANSYS Electronics Desktop?

ANSYS Electronics Desktop is the premier, unified platform for electromagnetic, circuit and system simulation. Gold-standard tools like ANSYS HFSS, Maxwell, Q3D Extractor, and Simplorer are built natively in the Electronics Desktop, which serves as a universal Pre/Post processor for these tools

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Ansys, Inc.
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Year Founded
1970
Total Revenue (USD mm)
988
HQ Location
Canonsburg, PA
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NASDAQ: ANSS
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www.linkedin.com
Employees on LinkedIn®
4,245
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@ANSYS
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"A vital part of circuit design"

What do you like best?

ANSYS Electronic Desktop is the go-to simulation tool for high-frequency PCBs or RF structures. It provides all the tools necessary for circuit design into one package. The simple formatting and 3D modeling tool allows for easy structure design and accurate results. I've used Electronic Desktop for numerous circuit designs, and the results are the closest thing you can get to measured data

What do you dislike?

The learning curve for this type of design work is often steep, luckily Ansys provides numerous help docs to navigate the (often confusing) setup errors you encounter

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

This product allows us to go through extensive simulations of RF and microwave designs including antenna simulations and circuit design. It is vital to producing a working printed circuit board, and having it work on the first try.

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