Engineering uses mathematical modeling to better understand the properties of the physical world.  Although modeling requires simplification, it is the only way to cope with the increasing complexity of today’s systems. However, modeling properly belongs to system-level engineering, which is the basis for most modern products.

In fact, system-level behaviorial modeling of radio channel characteristics is often the basis for novel, high data-rate radio communication systems. Mathematical modeling based on physics and/or measurement data has a long tradition at IMST.

We routinely use electromagnetic fields and circuits analysis to create component models for active and passive electronic elements. We can also help if you have more complex requirements, such as modeling environmental or human impacts on radio electronics—antennas in cars, for example, or a mobile phone in use next to a human head.