Ansys Empowers TMYTEK in Advancing mmWave Antenna-in-Package (AiP) Solutions for 5G Applications

Ansys Empowers TMYTEK in Advancing mmWave Antenna-in-Package (AiP) Solutions for 5G Applications

Leading mmWave technology developer TMY Technology, Inc. has utilized Ansys’ simulation software to improve the performance, efficiency, and quality of its antenna-in-package (AiP) designs through rapid design verification. TMYTEK relies on numerous Ansys solvers to improve on its next-generation mmWave technologies for 5G and satellite communications quickly — significantly reducing associated development costs.

AiP technologies integrate complex radio frequency components with their related circuitry into a single chip design — an important development in the miniaturization of the radio systems required for consumer electronics and various mmWave applications supporting 5G networks. However, application complexities and ever-increasing market demands for smaller, more compact electronics require engineers to manage and validate their AiP designs more efficiently to reduce cost and time to market.

TMYTEK relies on Ansys solutions to develop its next-generation mmWave technologies, including its 5G open radio access network (O-RAN), small cell antenna, and satellite communication user terminal electronic steering antenna designs. Ansys helps TMYTEK deliver precise results in rapid AiP performance verification, from fast, predictively accurate thermal results, to parasitic parameter calculations, to process automation.

“Using Ansys, we can offer comprehensive design services to our customers, accelerate R&D and speed time to market,” said Su-Wei Chang, founder and president at TMYTEK. “Ansys solutions enable us to comprehensively simulate and measure AiP performance faster — spanning antenna and radio-frequency module parasitic parameters, thermal activity, signal and power integrity, and customized system integration design performance. This results in greater efficiency up and down the development chain, freeing time up for future projects.”

“As the demand for novel mmWave solutions continues to grow, AiP design complexity and time-to-market requirements present major challenges for our customers,” said John Lee, vice president and general manager of the electronics, semiconductor and optics business unit at Ansys. “Ansys simulation solutions drive the rapid innovation behind these novel mmWave technologies, such as TMYTEK’s, shaping the future of 5G antenna design.”

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