From the Sonnet website: Sonnet Suites is best suited to design challenges involving predominantly planar (3D planar) circuits and antennas. 3D planar circuits consist of layers of metal traces embedded in stratified dielectric material. These circuits may also include vias and vertical metal sheets (z-directed strips). Sonnet Pro allows any number of of dielectric/metal layers including multiple user defined metal types and dielectric materials. Some examples of 3D planar circuits include MMIC, RFIC, coplanar waveguide (CPW) , LTCC, PCB (single and multiple layers) and patch antennas.
- WHPC-Login Users
Connecting to Windows HPC
To log onto whpc-login.rc.usf.edu, you will need to use a Remote Desktop (RDP) client.
- From a Linux workstation, it is recommended to use “rdesktop -u ‘FOREST\<username>’ whpc-login.rc.usf.edu” from the terminal. To view more options for rdesktop, view the manual page.
- From a Windows machine, launch “Remote Desktop Connection” and specify whpc-login.rc.usf.edu for the ‘Computer’ field.
If you receive a permissions error stating that your account doesn’t have access, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be added to the Windows HPC user group on whpc-login.rc.usf.edu
Once logged onto the machine, double-click the shortcut for Sonnet on the desktop or in the Start menu to open the graphical user interface to begin working with the software.
Home Page, User Guides, and Manuals
- Sonnet Home Page
- Sonnet Documentation
Report bugs with Sonnet to the IT Help Desk: email@example.com