Analysis Plus, Inc. has provided electronic and electromagnetic simulation and analysis for a host of companies since its inception in 1993. All the members of our team hold advanced degrees in Electrical Engineering or Physics, and our specialty is the art of computer simulation. We are experts in the use of Saber, Matlab, Ansoft, and Spice, among other tools, as well as in the testing and measurement of physical devices. This expertise allows us to bring the appropriate tool to bear on the task at hand.

For this reason, our consulting work has been wide-ranging to include the following companies:

*       Motorola - electromagnetic interference (EMI) design

*       Ford Motor Company - the design and modeling of electromagnetic shields for Anti-lock Brake Sensors

*       TRW - created advanced models of integrated circuits (ICs)

*       Stryker Medical - simulation and testing of an electric device too small to test with normal instruments

*       Bonart Corporation of Taiwan - designed, built and tested engineering prototypes of piezoelectric dental tooth cleaners

*       MIS of New York - designed the shielding for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) rooms

*       Pollack - created SABER models of automotive components

We've also done work for XLVision, ITT, American Cooling Systems, Braden Shielding, American Metal and Plastic, American Electronic Components, Sinosonic Industrial, MAGNA and other companies, though we're not at liberty to discuss any details.

The Analysis Plus hollow oval design clearly uses the conductor more efficiently, and the result is shown in the measured resistance. The hollow oval cables maintain a low resistance value, even at 20 kHz, where the resistance of the round cable has increased dramatically. This increased resistance and slow rise time rolls off the high frequencies, which leads to the difference between the measured signal at the amp and the signal measured at the speaker terminals. This design principle is utilized throughout the Analysis Plus product line, and is the reason why hollow oval cables look and sound better than any competitor’s products.

Patented Hollow Oval Audio/Video Cables From the physicists and engineers who helped NASA, Motorola, Mitsubishi, and others, you would expect the best cable performance available... and you get it. For more information on our engineering services please visit Analysis Plus inc.