RF communications devices, such as circulators, isolators, signal filters and couplers; must keep up with advancements in technology, such as 5G MIMO, Internet of Things (IoT) and SatCom.
Traditional modelling approaches to magnetic materials, such as linearized permeability tensors, fail to adequately capture the physics required to develop state-of-the-art components and devices. To overcome this limitation, MaxLLG, a University of Exeter spin-out company originating from the ICURe programme, has developed a solver which couples the nonlinear Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation with the complete solution of Maxwell’s equations, making it possible to simulate electromagnetic propagation in any magnetic or nonmagnetic medium.
MaxLLG is developing a cloud platform which removes the need for organisations to install and run applications on their own computers or in their own data centres. This eliminates the expense of hardware acquisition, provisioning and maintenance, in addition to software installation and support.
MaxLLG helps you save time, meet your business needs, and gives you more value for money through customer support and consultancy. We work with prospective and existing customers to design, develop, and manage customised computational models which are unique to their requirements, and can be run on an organisations internal computers.
MaxLLG is a high-performance 3D electromagnetic-micromagnetic analysis software package for designing, analysing and optimising magnetic components and system.
Due to its computational efficiency and parallelisation it is possible to use the MaxLLG electromagnetic solver for both small and large problems in a wide range of applications such as radar absorbers, nano- and microscale materials, microwave circuits and components.
Using MaxLLG's time-domain solver, it is possible to compute broadband results, such as transmission, reflection and absorption, in a single simulation using pulse excitation.
Through rigorous solution of the Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation, the nonlinear electromagnetic properties of magnetic materials can be accurately simulated for all power levels and magnetisation states.