2022 Year in Review
Posted on Feb 06, 2023
2022 was an exceptional year for SynMatrix Technologies Inc. We saw continued customer growth across the globe and achieved several technology milestones in the past year. Development of our design and manufacturing-based software modules continue to fulfill our vision to build one software platform that supports the entire R&D lifecycle: design, optimization, diagnostics, and manufacturing.
Notable product highlights:
- Introduced an automatic 3D modelling function integrated with Ansys HFSS design workflow. Includes single resonator modelling and analysis, adjacent and input/ouput coupling modelling and analysis, and customized full 3D modelling generation. Watch now
- Automatic 3D modelling support for coaxial cavity and waveguide structures in Ansys HFSS. Watch now
- Released the ability to initiate peak power handling and temperature drift analysis directly from the SynMatrix GUI.
- Introduced thousands of practical topologies as a selection library. The new integrated topology includes: Transversal, Arrow, Box section, Inline, Cul-de-sac, Non resonating node, Extended box, and Multi-modes. Learn more
- A computer-aided manufacturing workflow system to support high volume RF filter production. Learn more
- 2022 marked the return to in-person events, most notably EUMW2021 in April, and IMS2022 in June
- We released a joint webinar with Ansys on Oct 25, 'Designing Coaxial Cavity and Waveguide Filters with 3D Modelling and Optimization' Watch now
- Published MWJ product article, 'Design Platform Generates 3D coaxial cavity and WG filters models in HFSS' link. Read now
- Published MWJ article 'Topology Library Streamlines Complex Filter Design, Reduces Development Risk'. Read now
As we look forward into 2023 and beyond, SynMatrix will continue to invest in R&D, with aggressive plans to support more filter types and structures, and improving existing functions and capabilities. The team has an ambitious outlook for the next few years but we are committed to helping design engineers and technicians save the world's precious commodity: time.