Sonnet Software Press Release - October 17, 2011
Sonnet Lite V13 Now Available with Double the Memory from Previous Releases
Our high frequency 3D planar EM Software, Sonnet Lite V13, is now available for FREE
download and we are offering you more features and more memory than ever before. The key benefits of
Sonnet Lite include:
32 MB Memory- up from 16 MB
in previous release (Registered
2 signal layers +gnd
Up to 4 Port Circuits
Up to 3 Ideal internal components
Sweep Analysis of 1 parameter
API Integration for AWR Microwave Office and Agilent ADS
Sonnet Suites V13 also introduces a new interface, the SonnetLab™ toolbox for MATLAB®, which enables
users to incorporate Sonnet Software's award winning high accuracy EM simulation tools in a powerful
environment that simplifies and enhances design automation. SonnetLab is compatible with Sonnet Lite and
is available for free
download on our website.
Sonnet LitePlus, the upgrade from Sonnet Lite, doubles the allowed
memory that is available in Sonnet Lite, giving you access to 64 MB of memory and we also increase the
number of allowed port circuits from 4 to 6.
The entire Sonnet Suites have been revamped for
V13. We have enhanced the seamless integration to the major open microwave EDA frameworks including:
Agilent ADS, AWR Microwave Office, and Cadence Virtuoso. We have also added significant functionality to
the interfaces to allow users to access additional Sonnet features such as remote EM processing
(available for Sonnet Professional only) and global translation options from within their design
environment. Micro-via array simplification is also incorporated for RFIC design import and EDA
framework APIs to create stacked metals and interconnects that are both accurate and efficiently
Please visit the Sonnet Suites V13 New Features page on the web for more details
information on the Sonnet Suites capabilities and pricing, view our
Sonnet Suites Pricing Levels.
We look forward to continually providing you with the latest
technologies and features to meet your EM needs.
Your EM Specialists at Sonnet
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