Whether starting with a new design or updating an existing system, most antenna engineers will start with an antenna element that is well known. Antenna Magus makes it easy to explore alternative options.
In many cases it is only after the attempt to adapt and optimize an existing antenna element has failed to meet the new specifications that the engineer will start to consider other elements. Often, one of the first elements considered becomes the de facto choice, simply because too much time has been expended on the element choice and the "cost" to start over with a new element is too high.
To meet the need for rapid assessment of many antenna elements, antenna information in Antenna Magus is structured in a standardized format, making it easy to compare different elements. Unlike most literature, Antenna Magus highlights unique and general characteristics of each antenna which makes it easy to compare antennas with each other and, more importantly, to compare them with the given requirements.