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    • #11821
      Damian Marek


      I am currently using a component in OptiSystem that I do not understand fully. The parameter names do not mean much to me and I would like to see exactly how it is modeled.

    • #11822
      Damian Marek


      In the Component Properties window, click on the Help button. The Help document has a good overview of all the parameters and what they mean. If the component is based on a model, there will be a description of it and references to research papers on the subject.

      If you would like further clarification, you can always ask your model question on the Forum.

    • #17846
      mohammed mostafa

      i think you can find illustration for that at program help

    • #18132
      Dr Rk Sethi

      Dear Demian Marek
      In Optical System Tutorials at:
      Home » Resources » Applications » 10 Gb/s Single Channel Transmission in Standard Mode Fibers (SMF)
      10 Gb/s Single Channel Transmission in Standard Mode Fibers (SMF) (Optical System)
      The fundamental limitation to 10 Gb/s Single Channel Transmission in Standard Mode Fibers (SMF)

      I came across a paper mentioned below:
      K. Ennser and K. Petermann, “Performance of RZ- Versus NRZ Transmission on Standard Single Mode Fibers”, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, Vol. 8, pp. 443-445, 1996.
      I am unable to find the paper.
      can you send me the same?

      • #18159
        Damian Marek

        If you do not have access to the journal then unfortunately there is nothing I can do. We can only reference the articles we use, but legally we cannot distribute them.


        • #18176
          Heitor Galvao

          It is important to take care, today with the internet if a material was placed on the internet is like a cycle that never ends, always going to be someone else that will put back.

    • #18170
      Dr Rk Sethi

      After searching, accessed it from the internet through a link.

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