[SI-LIST] Re: 3D field solvers

Hello Hithesh--
You may want to take a look at HyperLynx from Mentor Graphics.  They
have recently integrated their 3D field solver into HyperLynx, which
allows you to perform SI analysis with the benefits of 3D EM field
solving all in an easy-to-use SI environment.
Check out the web site or contact your local Mentor AE for more
information.
http://www.mentor.com/electromagnetic-simulation/

--Pat

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On Behalf Of Nijagunamurthy, Hithesh (GE Intelligent Platforms)
Sent: Tuesday, February 15, 2011 2:45 AM
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Subject: [SI-LIST] 3D field solvers


Hi all,

Is there any cheaper alternative to Ansoft 3D field solver like the SI
wave/Designer SI?
I am looking to try a tool which has SI and 3D EM field solving
capability.

Thanks,
-Hithesh
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