|Operating System||For Windows|
|Download Option||Free Download & Demo/Trial Available|
|Free Required RAM||2 GB|
|Provide Installation Service||Yes|
|Training||In Person, Documentation, Live Online|
|License Duration||1 Year, on customer requirement|
|Support||Business Hours, Online|
|Available on Rent||No|
|Number of User||Multi-user|
|DSP Base||Basic DSP|
MentorDSP is an easy to use, interactive software tool cum comprehensive learning resource for various signal processing techniques, DSP functions, communication methods, statistical analysis, speech synthesis, and Image processing. The software includes real-time features such as sound processing, image capture and interface with a specific DSP hardware platform. It is simple, intuitive and straightforward to use, targeted to students in the field of digital signal processing.Mentor-DSP will prove very helpful for teachers to use it during classroom teaching. Teachers can use it Mentor-DSP for in depth explanation of DSP functions & techniques.Mentor-DSP targets engineering students and learning professionals to pilot them right from basic fundamentals of DSP and advance DSP techniques like DCT, speech synthesis and Image processing.Mentor-DSP is divided into various modules which cover various DSP aspects. These modules are not only user friendly in navigation but also easy to use. They are as follows MentorDSP is jointly developed by ni2designs and Microwind INC team.
Advanced Design System is the world’s leading electronic design automation software for RF, microwave, and high speed digital applications. In a powerful and easy-to-use interface, ADS pioneers the most innovative and commercially successful technologies, such as X-parameters* and 3D EM simulators, used by leading companies in the wireless communication & networking and aerospace & defense industries. For WiMAX™, LTE, multi-gigabit per second data links, radar, & satellite applications, ADS provides full, standards-based design and verification with Wireless Libraries and circuit-system-EM co-simulation in an integrated platform. Watch our ADS 30-Second Demos to see the powerful and easy-to-use ADS interface in action.
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|Design Flow Integration||3D Components|
|Broad Simulation Technology||3D EM simulation technologies|
|Efficient User Interface||Quickly create arbitrary 3D structures|
Electromagnetic Professional (EMPro) is Keysight EEsof EDA''s electromagnetic (EM) simulation software design platform for analyzing the 3D EM effects of components such as high-speed and RF IC packages, bondwires, antennas, on-chip and off-chip embedded passives and PCB interconnects. EMPro EM simulation software features a modern design, simulation and analysis environment, high capacity simulation technologies and integration with the industry’s leading RF and microwave circuit design environment, Advanced Design System (ADS) for fast and efficient RF and microwave circuit design.
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Genesys is an affordable, accurate, easy-to-use RF and microwave simulation software created for the circuit board and subsystem designer. As a proven safe investment with an installed base of over 5,000 satisfied designers, Genesys literally pays for itself within the first year of deployment by eliminating wasteful hardware iterations through automated circuit synthesis and accurate design.
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SystemVue is a focused electronic design (EDA) environment for electronic system-level (ESL) design. It enables system architects and algorithm developers to innovate the physical layer (PHY) of wireless and aerospace/defense communications systems and provides unique value to RF, DSP, and FPGA/ASIC implementers. As a dedicated platform for ESL design and signal processing realization, SystemVue replaces general-purpose digital, analog, and math environments. SystemVue "speaks RF", cuts PHY development and verification time in half, and connects to your mainstream EDA flow.
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