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About Modelithics

About Modelithics

Modelithics, Inc. is the industry leader specializing in RF, microwave and millimeter-wave measurements and measurement-based modeling of RF and microwave components and semiconductor devices. Our software products include libraries of high-accuracy passive and active component models. Modelithics leading product offerings include the Modelithics Complete Library ,Modelithics Complete+3D Library , mmWave & 5G Library, and System Components Library™.

Available library models include Microwave Global Models™ for RLC components, non-linear diode models, non-linear and noise models for low, medium, and high power transistors as well as system level component models for functional blocks like filters, attenuators, switches amplifiers and mixers. Modelithics model libraries load conveniently as "model pallets" or design kits within popular Electronic Design Automation (EDA) software tools such as Keysight Technologies’ Advanced Design System (ADS), Keysight Technologies’ Genesys, Cadence® AWR Design Environment, ANSYS® HFSS™, Sonnet® Suites™, Cadence Spectre RF , and Keysight SystemVue .

Modelithics also offers a broad array of measurement services , including S-parameters, GaN & 3D modeling, noise parameters, pulsed IV, high power RF testing, and source/load-pull. We also specialize in extraction of equivalent circuit and black-box models for linear and non-linear devices that can be inserted into the most popular software tools on the market. The mission of Modelithics, Inc. is to provide exceptionally accurate models and measurements. We help accelerate high frequency product design and serve as a value-added partner to device, instrumentation and design software suppliers.

Modelithics, Inc. was founded in 2001 by Dr. Lawrence Dunleavy and Dr. Thomas Weller, who are known world-wide for their expertise in microwave circuit design, characterization, modeling and electromagnetics.


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