is a Method of Moments electromagnetic (EM) simulation package
for Windows or Linux platforms. The easy to use 3D input GUI,
making use of multi-level assemblies, provides the easiest
ever structure input and model creation tool. The output viewer
provides the design engineer with all the necessary information
for proper antenna analysis including features such as 3D
& 2D pattern plots, smith chart plots with network analyzer
style markers, Coupling plots, Efficiency plots etc. The SuperNEC
solution engine includes optimized code for Intel processors,
various fast solvers (including Dr Francis Canning's patented
Simply Sparse method) and a parallel execution option for
extremely large problems. Another essential design tool is
the Genetic Algorithm optimizer included in SuperNEC.
Poynting Innovations uses
SuperNEC daily for antenna design, analysis, EM consulting
work and antenna placement studies.
Study Guide for Electromagnetics
and Antennas (click here
The SuperNEC Teaching Aid has been designed and written
by EM lecturers, with years of teaching experience,
in conjunction with students.
The content page of the
study guide can be seen here.
form for South African clients.
Antenna Design &
SuperNEC has a number
of predefined antenna assemblies making it easy and
quick to design and analyse antennas. Users can also
add to this library of antenna types and structures.
Some antennas included
in SuperNEC are: yagi, log periodic dipole array, helix,
patch, dipole antenna etc.
Antenna Placement Studies
SuperNEC can be used
to determine the optimum placement of antennas on structures.
Typical structures include
aircraft (such as the Boeing 707, Puma helicopter, Hawk
aircraft and C-130), ships and masts.
Placement Practicle Examples
Genetic Algorithm Optimisation
SuperNEC includes a GA
This tool helps antenna
designers to reduce development time and optimise performance.
Algorithm Optimiser User Manual
to use Interface
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