Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory



NEC

Description

NEC (Numerical Electromagnetic Code), written by Gerald Burke, is a popular antenna modeling code for wire and surface antennas and scatterers. Models can include wires buried in a homogeneous ground, insulated wires and impedance loads. The code is based on the method of moments solution of the electric field integral equation for thin wires and the magnetic field integral equation for closed, conducting surfaces.


License

US Academic:  $300
US Noncommercial:  $300
Non-US Academic/Noncommercial:  $500
US Commercial:  $1,100
Non-US Commercial:  $1,500
End User License
Licensing Instructions


ID

22610


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