OptiSPICE

OptiSPICE is the first circuit design software for analysis of integrated circuits including interactions of optical and electronic components. It allows for the design and simulation of opto-electronic circuits at the transistor level, from laser drivers to transimpedance amplifiers, optical interconnects and electronic equalizers.

Ring Resonator Fiber Optic Gyroscope

This application note demonstrates the shift in resonant frequency in an optical ring resonator due to Sagnac effect and how a closed loop feedback system can be used to calculate the angular…

Optical Phase Locked Loop for Analog Homodyne Detection

For coherent demodulation it is essential that the frequency and the phase of the local oscillator closely matches the carrier signal…

40 Gbps Silicon Depletion Mode TW Modulator

Traveling wave modulators are widely used for their low power consumption and high speeds. In this application note a transmission line model is combined with an optical…

OptiSPICE Publication References – 2016

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

OptiSPICE Publication References – 2015

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

NEW VERSION OptiSPICE 5.2

New Version - OptiSPICE 5.2

OptiSPICE 5.2 includes several enhancements including new models and devices, improvements to the simulator performance and…

Product Roadmaps: OptiSystem 15 & OptiSPICE 6

OptiSystem 15 & OptiSPICE 6 Roadmaps

Read and review the latest roadmap plans for OptiSystem & OptiSPICE. Releases that are “Under consideration” are not committed…

NEW VERSION OptiSPICE 5.0

New Version - OptiSPICE 5.0

OptiSPICE 5.0 introduces new electrical models for characterizing hetero-structure bipolar transistors (Mextram and Agilent)…

OptiSPICE Publication References

Llistings of scientific papers, technical journals, periodicals, and conference publications which reference the use of OptiSPICE.

Channel Switching Based on MEMS

Channel Switching Circuit

Applications   Design and simulation of opto-electronic circuits at the transistor level Signal integrity analysis of opto-electronic circuits           Benefits   Offers greater ease of schematic capture, parameter specification, waveform probing and usage. State-of-the-art transient time domain, small-signal frequency, and noise analysis to accurately predict behaviour of advanced opto-electronic circuits. Waveform analysis using OptiSystem…