OptiSystem

OptiSystem is a comprehensive software design suite that enables users to plan, test, and simulate optical links in the transmission layer of modern optical networks.

OPTICA Virtual Technology Showcase

  Join us at the 4th OPTICA Virtual Technology Showcase 12:45 – 13:00 (EDT) on 14 October 2021 On Thursday 14 October 2021, Kayden Kaller will introduce our latest progress in QAM and PAM. Pulse Amplitude Shaping for QAM and PAM Modulation Schemes Probabilistic pulse amplitude shaping (PAS) is demonstrated for QAM and PAM modulation…

OptiSystem Publication References – 2021

The following is a list of scientific papers, technical journals, periodicals, theses, and conference publications which reference the use of OptiSystem.  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 OptiSystem software package. If you locate…

OptiSystem Publication References – 2020

The following is a list of scientific papers, technical journals, periodicals, theses, and conference publications which reference the use of OptiSystem.  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 OptiSystem software package. If you locate…

Optiwave Introduces OptiSystem 18.0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Optiwave Introduces OptiSystem 18.0 OptiSystem Upgrade Boost Simulation Experiences for Optical Systems Design in IoT, 5G, LiDAR, Sensors, and other applications. OTTAWA, ONTARIO — 26th Apr 2021— Optiwave Systems Inc., the leading provider of optical component and system design tools, announced today the immediate availability of OptiSystem V18. This version includes many…

OptiSystem 17.1 is Ready

OptiSystem 17.1 provides some new features, improvements and fixes *Active maintenance & support users will receive an email with the upgrade instructions. NOTE FOR USB KEY LICENSES: You must update your USB key before installing the new version (please contact us)! Download Release Notes of OptiSystem 17.1

OptiSystem Publication References – 2019

The following is a list of scientific papers, technical journals, periodicals, theses, and conference publications which reference the use of OptiSystem.  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 OptiSystem software package. If you locate…

Join Optiwave FREE for Academics Program to Support Your Education at Home

With the increasing spread of COVID-19 and a rapidly evolving global response, health and safety have become everyone’s top priority. Teachers and students have to stay at home while the education needs to go on. Optiwave is pleased to offer educational departments this “FREE for Academics 2020” program to support your continuous online courses during…

Optical System — Photonic Crystal Fiber Supercontinuum Generation

Photonic crystal fiber (PCF) provides a unique platform for realizing the desired dispersion, birefringence, confinement, and mode multiplicity characteristics for myriad of applications. This can be attributed to the freedom in designing the shape, size and arrangement of holes and material composition of the PCF. Using the vector finite element method (VFEM) mode solver in…

OptiSystem 17.0.0 is Ready

OptiSystem 17.0 includes the creation of several new components and enhancement of many existing components. *Active maintenance & support users will receive an email with the upgrade instructions. NOTE FOR USB KEY LICENSES: You must update your USB key before installing the new version (please contact us)! New components include: GN Model LiFi Channel Multicore…

Introduction to Optisystem – How To Setup The Pseudo Random Bit Sequence Generator

In this Optisystem introductory tutorial video we will be looking at  how to setup the pseudo random bit sequence generator In Optisystem About The Component The Pseudo random bit sequence can be used to generate a binary sequence of pseudo random bits. The bit sequence can be connected to a binary sequence visualizer so that…