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27/07/2021
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Dielectric Material Database

SPEAG’s new dielectric database provides broadband material properties of our phantoms, liquids, and other materials used in our product lines

Knowing about dielectric properties of our phantoms is a key prerequisite for electromagnetic simulations and the accurate evaluation of the device performance. Therefore, we are pleased to announce that SPEAG has released a new dielectric database that provides easy access to broadband dielectric properties of the materials used in all our products up to 67 GHz.

2107 dielectric database mm

The new database builds on the success of the IT’IS database for tissue properties that are widely used for computational evaluations. It is structured into dispersive and non-dispersive materials. Uncertainty tables for solid and liquid measurements are also provided.

SPEAG’s dielectric database can be accessed on our website. Note that it will be continuously expanded as a general service to our customers

 

MEASUREMENT

10/12/2020

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info@speag.swiss

 

DAK-TL2 – New Technology Inside Our Dielectric Measurement System for Thin Layers

Breakthrough in computational electromagnetics by the IT’IS Foundation leads to SPEAG’s second-generation device for dielectric characterization of samples with limited size or volume.

 
MEASUREMENT

24/11/2020

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info@speag.swiss

 

cDASY6 Module WPT Release – Our New MAGPy Technology for DASY6

SPEAG’s new cDASY6 Module WPT is the first-ever solution to demonstrate compliance with the basic restrictions of any magnetic source according to the latest IEC/IEEE63184 DPAS draft. The module is based on SPEAG’s new MAGPy product line.

 
MEASUREMENT

10/11/2020

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info@speag.swiss

 

Use of DASY6 for Devices Operating at 6 – 10 GHz

In October, FCC issued new interim procedures for demonstrating compliance between 6 – 10 GHz. Just a few weeks later, we are happy to provide a scientifically rigorous solution that enables DASY6 users to meet these new requirements.

 
SIMULATION

27/10/2020

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semx-support@speag.swiss

 

SEMCAD X Matterhorn Major Release V19.0

SPEAG are pleased to announce SEMCAD X Matterhorn V19.0, our full-wave 3D electromagnetic (EM) simulation software and specialized subpackage of Sim4Life V6.0.

 
MEASUREMENT

01/09/2020

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info@speag.swiss

 

cSAR3D V4.0: A Breakthrough in Array System Technology

With the release of cSAR3D V4.0, SPEAG introduces the novel X10 Combiner for high-resolution measurements. It enables SAR and absorbed power density testing from 6 – 10 GHz while also improving the overall measurement accuracy..

 
MEASUREMENT

18/08/2020

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info@speag.swiss

 

cDASY6 Module WPT Pre-Release – Our New MAGPy Technology for DASY6

SPEAG’s new cDASY6 Module WPT is the first-ever solution to demonstrate compliance with the basic restrictions of any magnetic source according to the latest IEC/IEEE63184 DPAS draft. The module is based on SPEAG’s new MAGPy product line.

 
MEASUREMENT

29/07/2020

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info@speag.swiss

 

mmWave ½SAM Phantoms Extend OTA Testing in CATR for 5G FR2 Devices

SPEAG releases the new mmW-½SAMR/L-V11 phantom packages for over-the-air testing at frequencies from 6 to >100 GHz.

 
MEASUREMENT

28/07/2020

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info@speag.swiss

 

Publications Confirm: DASY6 is the Most Accurate SAR System

Scientific debate corroborates that SPEAG's DASY6 probe-scanning system has low measurement errors (<3%) for simple antennas and provides further support of the robustness of the latest IEC 62209 standard

 
MEASUREMENT

22/07/2020

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info@speag.swiss

 

DASY6 and cSAR3D: Detailed Guidance for 5G NR FR1

Two new Application Notes provide detailed guidelines for testing 5G NR FR1 radios using DASY6 and cSAR3D. Also, SPEAG’s calibration lab just received ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.

 
CORPORATE

25/06/2020

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info@speag.swiss

 

Z43 Goes Carbon Dioxide-Free

SPEAG is getting greener! We have installed a new energy system consisting of solar panels and a groundwater-based heat pump. We are proud that we have started to generate our own power and have become largely CO2-free.

 
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