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WHO WE ARE QWED is a company of the limited liability type, set up in 1997 by academics originating from the Institute of Radioelectronics, Warsaw University of Technology.
QWED Sp. z o.o. ul. Krzywickiego 12 lok Warsaw, POLAND fax: tel.:
What We Do We invent and commercially develop electromagnetic software packages, of the QuickWave series and apply to electromagnetic research and industrial design
What Is QuickWave QuickWave is a cutting edge software which makes possible electromagnetic analysis and reliable design without hardware prototyping
QuickWave-3D QW-3D - Our Flagship Product A general-purpose 3D electromagnetic software Includes QW-Editor and QW-Simulator, in a full 3D regime
QW-V2D A vector 2D electromagnetic software applicable to the analysis of axisymmetrical devices (antennas-as big as 150 wavelength or more!, resonators, circular waveguide discontinuities). Includes QW-Editor and QW-Simulator, working in a vector 2D regime
QW-Editor A graphical editor for definition of geometry, media, I/O parameters and postprocessing. It comprises a library of parameterised objects and a capability for generating further objects and libraries. Conversion to and from CAD formats is also facilitated.
QW-Simulator A unique, conformal FDTD solver. Its output data include multi-modal, multi-port S-matrices, radiation and scattering patterns, pattern of field, dissipated power, time-domain reflectometry etc.
Areas of Software Application in Industry Telecommunication industry Electronics industry Microwave oven industry Automobile industry Food processing industry Industrial microwave chemistry
Areas of Software Application in Science Space and atmosphere research Microwave heating Electromagnetic impact on biological tissues Electronics
Examples of Applications (ex. 1.1) WR-10 waveguide quadrature hybrid with six branch lines Design, measurements and QW-3D simulations: S.Srikanth and A. R. Kerr, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Charlottesville, VA 22903, USA
Examples of Applications (ex. 1.2) Amplitude and phase imbalance – from the measured (MS-noisy) and simulated (QWB-smooth) results. (S. Srikanth and A. R. Kerr, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Charlottesville, VA 22903, USA) For more QW-3D results at NRAO, see: ALMA Memos 381, 343, 325, 278 You will find them at:
Examples of Application (ex.2) Design, measurements and QW-3D simulations: T.Schnabel, Zomatch, CA E-plane waveguide diplexer Transmission into higher-frequency (upper) and lower-frequency(lower) channels: measurements simulations
Examples of Application (ex.4) Axisymmetrical corrugated horn H at 13.75GHz Radiation patterns at GHz Design & measurements: P.Brachat, IEEE Trans. AP, April 1994 QW-V2D simulations: QWED
Examples of Application (ex.5) Dielectric waveguide coupler - a tutorial example from QW-3D manual Low-permittivity dielectric cross with high-permittivity slab Fundamental mode pattern at 96.7 GHz Envelope of vertical E-field at 95 GHz Wide-band S-parameters indicating power loss due to higher modes and /or radation
Examples of Application (ex.6) A tutorial example of TDR from QW-3D manual A strip-line structure terminated with a narrow grounded strip; lower half due to magnetic symmetry condition considered Time-domain electric (above) and magnetic (below) fields revealing location and kind of the discontinuity
Examples of Application (ex.7) Thawing a beefburger in a household oven; QW-3D with QW-BHM Left: system view Right: dissipated power patterns through beef and bread, produced by QW- 3D under the assumption of constant media parameters at either -20 deg or +20 deg. Left: temperature-dependent media characteristics automatically considered by QW-BHM option Right: resulting temperature pattern produced by QW-3D with QW-BHM. Due to thermal runaway effect, after 35 sec. of heating a hot spot is created in bread while beef remains frozen.
Examples of Application More on microwave heating For more examples of QW-3D application by our users, please refer to the projects run at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and reported at: Comparative Analysis of Commercial Electromagnetic Software You will also find there an independent review of commercial EM software packages:
QuickWave Features Conformal meshing and conformal FDTD algorithms Convenient GUI with libraries of parameterised objects Extraction of S-parameters, also in multimodal lines and and below cut-off Excitation with user-defined source type, pulse type, available power, delay Electric, magnetic and metal losses Extensive display of absolute values of fields & power Extraction of average dissipated power, also in multimodal structures Batch operation, freeze function, multithread options Interfaces to optimisers for automatic design
Unique Features standard FDTD conformal mesh in QW-3D
examples of conformal cells in QuickWave standard FDTD cells in “stair-case” FDTD air dielectric metal dielectric media interfaces metal boundaries Unique Features
coaxial line in QW-3D (left) and in stair-case FDTD (right)
Unique Features Offset metal boundary creating a small cell: 1.Stair-case - neglect small cell 2. Brute force conformal - leave small cell, reduce time step 3.Advanced conformal - merge cells For effects on accuracy, please refer to QWED's past events and look for May 2001 IEEE IMS presentation by M.CeluchQWED's past events PEC
Unique Features some specialised libraries Our typical dialogue for parameter setting
Accurate S-parameter extraction including multi-modal transmission lines and evanescent modes Allows circuit partitioning close to discontinuities For details and examples, please refer to QWED's past events and look for May 2001 IEEE IMS presentation by W. GwarekQWED's past events Unique Features
Fast automatic design with QuickWave software interfaces to external optimisers, e.g.: Matlab tools in-house QW-Optimiser For details and examples, please refer to QWED's past events on and look for June 2001 IEEE IMS workshop presentation by W. GwarekQWED's past eventswww.qwed.com.pl Unique Features
QWED’s Prizes 1998 The European Information Technology Prize From European Commission and Euro-Case
QWED’s Prizes 1999 The Prime Minister of Poland Award
QWED’s Prizes 2000 Master of Technology Award From Polish Federation of Engineering Associations
QWED’s Prizes 2000 Proton Award From State Committee for Scientific Research and Proton TV programme
QWED’s Prizes 2001 Leader in Software Export From Polish Software Market Association
QWED’s Prizes 2006 Leader in Software Export 2005 From Polish Software Market Association
QWED’s Certificate 2007 The Certificate from Military Center for Standardization, Quality Assurance and Codification
Joint Consulting Activities In collaboration with the Institute of Radioelectronics: designing high-power sources of high frequency stability measuring material properties in wide range of frequencies and loss tangents.
Joint Consulting Activities In collaboration with Prof.Jerzy Krupka, resonators for measurements of: complex permittivity, complex permeability surface resistance at microwave frequencies. Split post dielectric resonator (5.6 GHz) Re-entrant cavity (800 MHz)
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