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MiG - Microwave Innovation Group - was founded on account of a US space company seeking Prof. Dr. F. Arndt’s support with design issues. These activities were pursued under University administration. The request was then, to establish a continued technical support of industrial projects, for setting up a commercial company to assure long term collaboration.
Activities of MiG in the following years up to 1999 were primarily of a consulting and design service nature, with MiG’s software development in these years being entirely focused on mode-matching (MM) methods applied to waveguide components.
Team separation on mutual agreement.
MiG started from then on - in parallel to pursuing challenging consultancy work for industry in various countries - to focus its renowned research activities on a systematic WASP-NET software code development along Prof. Dr. Arndt’s farsighted visions about a hybrid multi-solver EM code, capable of meeting industries’ - already at that time foreseeable - needs to solve challenging microwave component and antenna design tasks rigorously and within shortest time frames.
Change of formal status from MiG Microwave Innovation Group GbR to MiG Microwave Innovation Group GmbH & Co. KG, registered under HR A 225 15.
Microwave Journal, issue Sept. 2002, honoring MiG by cover-page presentation of WASP-NET’s pioneering hybrid technology approach, opening up a new era, in which the principle of hybridization earned recognition.
MiG moved into larger company quarters from Fahrenheit St. 1 to Fahrenheit St. 11, a complex located on the University Bremen campus, set up by government for successful start-up companies, focused on enhancing knowledge transfer between the University and industry.
• 2003 - present
The effect of MiG’s fundamental shift in focus in 2000 resulted in WASP-NET’s code continuously growing - over these years - in scope of its former prime focus on mode-matching (MM) to successively combining latter (MM) with codes covering finite-element (FE) / method-of-moment (MoM) / finite-difference (FD) / finite-element boundary-integral (FE-BI) / physical-theory of diffraction (PTD) / physical optics (PO) / shooting and bouncing ray (SBR-) PTD techniques. The renowned benefit of this pioneering hybridization achievement is that WASP-NET users - due to inherent automatic solver assignment technique - can rest on exploiting the advantages of each solver, without known disadvantages of solvers taking effect on their design work.
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Home of WASP-NET: MiG - Microwave Innovation Group
Bremen Innovation and Technology Center, Fahrenheit House,
11 Fahrenheit St., D-28359 Bremen, Germany
• Continuous research and development ...
It understands itself that MiG will, under systematic guidance of Prof. Dr. F. Arndt, continue - with same outstanding rigor as pursued since 2000 - to focus its renowned research potential on code developments anticipating industries’ growing unwillingness to accept time- and cost-relevant limitations in EM design capabilities. One more recent achievement having resulted out of this anticipation is e.g. WASP-NET providing novel capabilities to efficiently optimize antennas directly together with feed networks.
Fast EM CAD and EM Level Optimization
• Waveguide Components
• Antennas and Feeds
• Combline / Coax Components
• Arrays and Feeds
• General 3D Structures
• Planar Structures / SIW
• Materials / Fields
• Design Wizards
• Designer Data Base
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