The SEMCAD X Team is pleased to announce the release of SEMCAD X V14.2 Aletsch, a major upgrade six months of intense deincorporatingvelopment work. This release offers a range of powerful new features, more robust handling, as well as new customization options.
The relevant SEMCAD X for Win XP/ Win 7 and 32/64bit platforms are available for download.
The new EASY4 software release V4.6 extends the usage to fields with large peak-to-average (PAR) ratios by adaption to the improved probe modulation signal calibration and also includes setting of Access Levels. The changes to the user interface are minimal and old setup and calibration files are still compatible with this version.
A new iSAR2 software release is now available. This release is the result of the popularity of our ultra-fast SAR scanners (iSAR Head and iSAR Flat) and great suggestions from our customers. Version 2.1 of the iSAR software has several new features, including a new multi-iSAR interface, a smart Combiner feature, and full extension of the software for frequencies up to 6 GHz. It also includes enhancements to our existing features, such as an improved Python interface and enhanced control of the CMU200.
Zurich Med Tech, a sister company of SPEAG, has developed iSEG, a medical image segmentation tool specially designed to construct realistic 3D human or animal models for SEMCAD X from medical image data. iSEG, the most versatile medical image segmentation tool currently available, quickly and easily creates highly detailed 3D human or animal models based on CT and MRI images in standard image formats. The resulting models can be used to study electromagnetic exposure and induced heating in living tissue.
The final release of DASY52 is a major upgrade representing the next leap in quality compliance testing of mobile phones and general near-field evaluations. The main new improvements are in the new GUI, Report Generator, Ultra-Fast SAR Procedures, and Advanced Probe Response Linearization. Many more features that make the system compatible with the revised standards are expected to be released by the end of the year.