CENOS Releases New Radio Frequency Application

The new application, RF 2.0, to enhance capabilities for engineers working on radio frequency and antenna design projects.

The new application, RF 2.0, to enhance capabilities for engineers working on radio frequency and antenna design projects.

Engineering software startup CENOS is launching its new application, RF 2.0, which addresses radio frequency and antenna design projects in the computer-aided engineering (CAE) market. RF 2.0 is a rebuild of CENOS’ Antenna Design application; the new application moves beyond antenna design to incorporate a broader radio frequency design spectrum, expanding the coverage of the application while improving the user experience and workflow management. 

RF 2.0 is an application designed for anyone working in satellite design, drones and other UAV designs, wireless or radio communications, IoT, and the spectrum of other consumer and industrial applications dealing with microstrip patch and reflector antenna designs. Besides antennas, the software platform is also capable of simulating multi-port networks and waveguides. 

RF 2.0, according to the company, promises to reduce the time to market, lower production costs, increase agility by making simulation available to engineers of all skill levels, and boost the overall efficiency of the engineering design process. The new application is a ground-up rebuild that makes several major improvements over the Antenna Design application, including CAD file import, a more intuitive interface, faster set-up times, and better handling of lumped RLC elements. 

“RF 2.0 represents a complete rebuild of a product that was already finding success in the field, all based on feedback and observations on what’s happening with working engineers,” says Mihails Scepanskis, CEO and co-founder of CENO. “There is no other product right now in CAE that can deliver this kind of quality design experience at such a low price point.”

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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