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Welcome NI AWR Design Environment Users

This space contains general information on using NI AWR products including Microwave Office, Visual System Simulator, AXIEM, Analyst, Analog Office and AntSyn.

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AXIEM Meshing Understanding

Getting a good mesh when using AXIEM is important to have accurate and fast simulation results.   If you use AXIEM, you should make a simple line in your technology and work through the steps in NI AWR documentation, linked below.    This is also a good reminder to always view your mesh before simulating a structure.  As you get used to AXIEM, you will be able to easily spot if a mesh is good or not.   

See AXIEM Mesh Documentation


For example, see the simple line below. 

A good mesh would look like below. 

And a structure being over meshed would look like below. 

From simulation results, you can see they both give the same answer, one take a lot longer than the other. 

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