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RF/microwave design software helps speed circuit simulation

Posted: 16 Jan 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Genesys 2005? RF? microwave? Agilent?

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced the availability of Genesys 2005, a new release of its RF and microwave design software. The version includes a new time-domain simulator, frequency planner, mixer synthesis tool and revamped user interface that aims to help speed circuit simulation and wireless communications design.

"Genesys 2005 is a major platform release because we have added new products, such as Cayenne, WhatIF and a new MIXER synthesis module, while also enhancing virtually every tool in the design suite," said Joe Civello, platform manager with Agilent's EEsof EDA division. "We know from recent beta testing that designers appreciate the enhancements that make design with Genesys faster and easier. This release from the Eagleware product line broadens our range of offerings and gives designers compelling reasons to choose Agilent as their EDA partner."

Genesys is a single, integrated EDA environment for RF and microwave applications. Separately-priced additional modules include the following: Cayenne, a Spice-like time domain simulator; WhatIF, a frequency planning tool that uses a simulation technique that helps select spur-free intermediate frequencies for radio designs; a mixer synthesis module for design and analysis of mixer configurations.

Genesys 2005 incorporates numerous user interface enhancements, including: datasets that provide a view of simulation results and permit comparisons among simulation runs; enhancements to the equations capabilities that include structured programming constructs; and scripting capabilities that extend support for all design elements.

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