WIPL-D Pro is a flagship product of WIPL-D software suite, extremely powerful 3D electromagnetic solver that provides fast and accurate analysis of arbitrary metallic and dielectric/magnetic structures. Numerical kernel is based on Method of Moments with higher-order basis functions.
WIPL-D Pro CAD
WIPL-D Pro CAD is a modeling and simulation environment uniting versatile, yet simple geometry modeling, with signature WIPL-D simulation accuracy. The simulated structure is created using solid-based modeler, along with importer for various CAD file formats. Specialty tailored quad mesh algorithm produces mesh which is optimized for WIPL-D numerical kernel.
GPU Cluster Solver
GPU Cluster Solver developed by WIPL-D uses Linux cluster(s) environment for parallelization of full-wave simulations. It combines GPU and MPI parallelization using advanced algorithms. The solver can be used for fast solving of multi-frequency problems of medium or relatively large size, and solving of electrically extremely large single-frequency problems.
Domain Decomposition Solver
The solver analyses electrically very large structures by subdividing the boundary problem into smaller sub-domain problems, solving the subdomain problems and combining the solutions. Full wave solutions of antenna placement, including the calculation of the coupling between several antennas, monostatic and bistatic RCS, radomes etc. can be obtained with high numerical efficiency.
WIPL-D Microwave Pro
A powerful circuit simulator. Confirms its full potential in co-simulations of circuits and 3D-EM structures as WIPL-D Pro is seamlessly invoked for each EM analysis. Filter Designer and Array Designer modules can be optionally linked with MW Pro for automated, wizard-like microwave filter and antenna array synthesis.
WIPL-D 2D Solver
3D EM analysis of electrically long structures with constant cross section can be replaced with 2D analysis of the cross section itself. The analysis can be performed by WIPL-D 2D Solver with a particular cross section exported from WIPL-D Pro or WIPL-D CAD, or modelled from scratch in WIPL-D 2D solver.