OptiBPM

OptiBPM is a comprehensive CAD environment used for the design of complex optical waveguides. Perform guiding, coupling, switching, splitting, multiplexing, and demultiplexing of optical signals in photonic devices.

Polarization Splitter with Holey Fiber using OptiMode

Elliptical-hole core circular-hole holey fibers (EC-CHFs) can be engineered to provide absolutely single polarization transmission.

OptiBPM Publication References – 2017

The following is a list of scientific papers, technical journals, periodicals, and conference publications which reference the use of OptiBPM.  These references were collected from internal sources, customer submitted papers, and scientific articles via Google Scholar – and to the best of our knowledge, make use of our OptiBPM software package. If you locate any…

Symmetric Lossless X Coupler

The X Coupler is a basic component used in many kinds of optical circuits. Here its properties are analysed by theoretical means, and also by detailed simulation of…

Power Combiner

Optical power in two or more waveguides can be combined onto a single waveguide…

VFEM Accuracy and Advantages

As optical systems move towards an integrated platform, the modelling of high refractive index contrast, sub-wavelength dimension…

OptiBPM Publication References – 2016

Listing of scientific papers, technical journals, periodicals, and conference publications which reference the use of OptiBPM.

Plasmon Polaritons – Vector Finite Element Method

The large negative electric permittivities of noble metals permit the design of sub-wavelength optical guiding structures…

OptiBPM Publication References – 2015

Listing of scientific papers, technical journals, periodicals, and conference publications which reference the use of OptiBPM.

Hollow Core Fiber – Vector Finite Element Method

Hollow core fibers guide light by using a photonic bandgap structure in place of a traditional low index cladding material…

NEW VERSION OptiBPM 13

This release of OptiBPM updates all features to a 64 bit application. It also introduces new materials and a new profile…