- BOA (Beam Optics
Analyzer) is an adaptive mesh, finite element, 3D analysis code for designing
electron devices (e.g. electron guns and depressed collectors). The
adaptive meshing dramatically simplifies analysis of complex, 3D
geometries by automating the meshing process and significantly reducing
the problem size. Geometrical input is generated in existing CAD
programs. The code can be downloaded for
a free 30-day trial.
- Cascade is an advanced
scattering matrix code for designing waveguide-based microwave and millimeter
wave circuits and components. For conventional waveguide geometries,
Cascade is significantly faster and more accurate than mesh-based codes
such as HFSS. The software can also be downloaded
for a free 30-day trial.
- SURF3D (Surface
Integral Equation Analysis of Quasi-Optical Launchers using the Multi
Level Fast Multipole Algorithm) The advanced design of complex
quasioptical launchers requires 3D analysis of a spiral-cut, dimpled
converter and launcher. SURF3D is an accurate analysis code to precisely
model the surface fields and facilitate synthesis of optimized antennas.
- CPRCd (Control Porosity Reservoir
Cathode Designer) is a design tool for novel reservoir cathodes. The
code is free to use. The x86 version can be downloaded here x86 downloaded, and x64
version here x64 downloaded.
- Visual Research Library
is a computer-based laboratory for performing experiments with
high-voltage, high-current, electron-driven sources of electromagnetic
radiation. The applications range from fundamental physics in the
high-voltage, high-current environments, to high power microwave sources
for directed energy weapons, nuclear effects simulation, and novel
imaging concepts for medical or materials industries.
Interested parties should contact Dr.
Lawrence Ives at Calabazas Creek Research, Inc.
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