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FCC Approval of Finite Element Method for Biomedical Transmitters Puts ANSYS Software in the Spotlight
Date:3/3/2011

gineer, Cambridge Consultants, Inc. “Its use of an unstructured mesh is particularly well suited for modeling the complex curved surfaces within the human body, as seen in organs, tissues, and bones. Using HFSS allows us to optimize and verify performance of our implanted antenna designs in a representative environment. We will now be able to provide our customers accurate solutions specific to their device's location in the body.”

“The medical device market is rapidly innovating to meet consumer demands and satisfy regulatory safety requirements,” said Markus Kopp, product manager for electronics at ANSYS. “This FCC ruling allows researchers to innovate with HFSS, developing new approaches that they can get to market faster -- yet also maintain the FCC’s high standards of technical compliance. Beyond that, the ultimate beneficiary is the public, who will have quicker access to life-enhancing medical devices.”

ANSYS requested that the FCC grant a waiver to the Medical Device Radiocommunication Service rules to permit FEM environmental evaluation of medical implant or body-worn equipment. The ruling granting the waiver cited scientific literature stating that FEM is a sound engineering technique.

HFSS software, which incorporates industry-leading technology for 3-D full-wave electromagnetic field simulation, enables engineers to design, simulate and validate the behavior of complex high-performance RF, microwave and millimeter-wave devices in next-generation wireless devices, defense communication systems, biomedical devices, and consumer electronics.

About Cambridge Consultants, Inc. For over 50 years, Cambridge Consultants has led the way in innovative product development. We are the development partner of choice to many of the world’s leading blue chips as well as the virtual development team for ambitious start-up companies. We develo
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