• GN ReSound
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  • Materion
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  • Sennheiser



  • Magnetic flux density caused by current flow in PCB tracks at 1kHz
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    GN Resound

    GN ReSound provides excellent sound by offering innovative hearing aids that combine original thinking and design with solid technology.

    iCapture is involved to identify, develop and apply working methods to simulate and minimise unwanted electromagnetic interferences.

    iCapture's unique ability to virtually build and simulate complex 3D-bended flexible multilayer printed circuit boards (PCB's) provides in-depth knowledge practically impossible to achieve experimentally.

    GN Resound benefits from iCapture's dedication to unfold and understand applications and persistantly pursue creative simulation methods suitable for mainstream everyday decission-making.


    Sound Pressure for a 4" Compression Driver on 2" Diameter
    Plane Wave Tube at 12kHz  [Click to Animate - 1.3MB]

    Materion Electrofusion

    Materion Electrofusion is a global leader of cutting-edge engineered materials and home to the Truextent family of acoustic solutions.

    iCapture contributes to the success of Truextent by facilitating enhancements of compression driver diaphragm designs incorporating beryllium and other specialized materials.

    iCapture’s effective and dedicated capabilities significantly reduces time to market during the development and prototyping cycle.

    Truextent engineers leverage one of the pioneering simulation techniques iCapture recently launched. This simulation method includes both vibroacoustics and sophisticated viscothermal damping in air.




    Sennheiser

    Sennheiser develops and manufactures electro-acoustic solutions for the professional, installed sound and consumer markets.

    iCapture is supporting this work by helping to improve existing designs and being deeply involved in the development of new transducers.

    iCapture’s specialised skills in simulating many different designs - and by this testing them before the physical prototyping phase - saves a lot of time and money during development.

    Sennheiser benefits from the most advanced simulation techniques iCapture offers such as nonlinear vibroacoustic and electromagnetic multitone distortion and high fidelity frequency response optimisation.