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  • TICRA has local representatives in the following countries: | TICRA
    mail sales farad co jp CHINA TAIWAN ISRAEL Beijing ViRe Technologies Co Ltd Techart Plaza A 16F No 30 XueYuan Road Haidian District Beijing 100083 Phone 8610 0808 8089 Fax 8610 6266 0380 e mail info vire cn MSI Engineering Software Ltd 14 Imber St Kiryat Arie P O Box 3769 Petach Tikva 49130 Phone 972 3 9206303 Fax 972 3 9227755 e mail msi msi co il INDIA KOREA

    Original URL path: http://www.ticra.com/company/ticra-has-local-representatives-following-countries (2016-05-01)
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  • Staff | TICRA
    Specialization Moment method electromagnetic theory With TICRA since 2003 Phone 45 3330 6752 More info Hans Henrik Viskum Director of Business Development Education M Sc Ph D Electrical Engineering Diploma in Management Specialization Reflector shaping feed design contoured beam planning management With TICRA since 1990 Phone 45 3330 6742 More info Oscar Borries Research Engineer Education M Sc Ph D Industrial Mathematics Specialization Numerical Analysis Scientific Computing With TICRA since 2011 Phone 45 3330 6741 More info Jakob Rosenkrantz de Lasson Research Engineer Education M Sc Ph D Physics and Nanotechnology Specialization Photonics Computational Electrodynamics With TICRA since 2016 Phone 45 3334 6436 More info Frank Jensen Senior Research Engineer Education M Sc Ph D Electrical Engineering Specialization Spherical near field far field theory probe design and calibrations measurement techniques antenna coupling platform scattering GTD With TICRA since 1972 Phone 45 3330 6747 More info Jakob Schou Jensen Software Engineer Education M Sc Engineering Specialization GUI development With TICRA since 2010 Phone More info Mads Bue Johnsen Executive Secretary Education With TICRA since 1979 Phone 45 3330 6753 More info Rolf Jørgensen Senior Engineer Education M Sc Specialization Reflector antenna analysis Contoured beam design With TICRA since 1977 Phone 45 3330 6749 More info Lis Normann Larsen Bookkeeper Education With TICRA since 1989 Phone 45 3330 6739 More info Mikkel Nøhr Løvgreen Software Engineer Education M Sc Electrical Engineering Specialization GUI Development With TICRA since 2008 Phone 45 3330 6756 More info Peter Meincke Research Engineer Education M Sc Ph D Electrical Engineering Specialization Antenna theory computational electromagnetics With TICRA since 2008 Phone 45 3330 6744 More info Per Heighwood Nielsen Senior Engineer Education M Sc Physics Engineering Specialization Reflector calculations With TICRA since 1978 Phone 45 3330 6748 More info Michael Forum Palvig Research Engineer Education M Sc Electrical

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  • TICRA was founded in 1971... | TICRA
    founded in 1971 by the three gentlemen shown here at TICRA s 25th anniversary From left they are Dr Niels Jensen Professor Jesper Hansen and Dr Niels Chr Albertsen From day one the aim was to develop numerical methods to accurately describe electromagnetics phenomena such as radiation from various antennas mounted on satellites Focus has always been on accuracy and efficient implementation keywords that are still most descriptive of the

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  • Method of Moments Add-on | TICRA
    a full wave solver PO is the tool of choice for reflector antenna analysis it is fast and accurate for the most common applications But a MoM solution may an interesting and viable alternative for Multiple interaction e g beam wave guide system PO may be possible but requires substantial engineering insight to include all needed contributions Scattering geometries with sharp corners of extreme curvatures where PO predicts less accurate results e g antenna support structures Small antennas mounted directly on a platform Wire antennas Combination of all above for example scattering in a satellite platform or in a baffle MoM currents calculated for the ESA PLANCK mission telescope All interactions between the dual reflector and huge baffle enclosing it are accounted for Efficient combination of MLFMM with higher order basis functions GRASP users are typically facing very large scattering problems that are commonly involving curved structures If a full wave solution is required it is necessary with a tool that reduces memory as well as CPU time consumption Higher order methods are the natural choice and GRASP performs an automatic meshing using curved patches on which the currents are expanded in near orthogonal higher order basis functions An efficient

    Original URL path: http://www.ticra.com/method-moments-add (2016-05-01)
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  • GTD scattering analysis add-on | TICRA
    performed using the most accurate uniform GTD formulation The Multi GTD add on is used for a number of complex spacecraft antenna farm problems most noticably on the European Space Agency s scientific Planck mission For final analysis of spacecraft antennas it is often necessary to include influences from other parts of the structure such as the satellite body solar panels experiment boxes etc By using the Multi GTD add

    Original URL path: http://www.ticra.com/products/software/grasp/gtd-scattering-analysis-add (2016-05-01)
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  • COUPLING add-on | TICRA
    be able to calculate the level of received power in one of the antennas when the other is transmitting When mounted on a scattering structure such as a satellite the different structural parts may be taken into account through a series of interactions Centre fed dual reflector configuration Another application is the centre fed dual reflector configuration In such a case a feed illuminates the subreflector which in turn radiates onto the main reflector However the induced currents on the subreflector also radiate back into the feed horn and cause a degradation in the return loss of the feed An even more severe situation occurs in radar systems if circular polarization is employed and if the receiver is attached to the orthogonal port of the transmitter In this case the reflected field from the subreflector will be directed to the receiver and since the level can be very high relative to the signal level for which the receiver is intended it is important to determine this level so that adequate protection of the receiver can be implemented The level can be determined by performing a coupling analysis between the current elements on the subreflector and the feed system Conjugate field

    Original URL path: http://www.ticra.com/products/software/grasp/coupling-add (2016-05-01)
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  • MPI - HPC on Linux cluster | TICRA
    GRASP and we usually work closely with the end customer to integrate GRASP in existing MPI runtime environments or batch scheduling environments The cluster enabled version of GRASP features load balanced computation of currents and fields using standard GRASP input files The input files can be prepared using GRASP for Windows or Linux and then executed on the cluster The output files will be exactly identical to those produced by

    Original URL path: http://www.ticra.com/products/software/grasp/mpi-hpc-linux-cluster (2016-05-01)
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  • Quasi-optical design and analysis add-on | TICRA
    maintaining high accuracy including Curved mirrors Lenses Beam splitters Polarization grids Aperture stops Rooftop mirrors Interferometers A special design tool the frame designer enables the user to set up planar networks of components and subsequently optimize the components for minimum cross polarization maximum confocal distance specific phase front radius or phase slippage Several frames can be created and connected to model beam waveguides which are not confined to a single

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