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Optical Terahertz Bandpass Filter

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Hi
I am quite new to optiwave software. I want to design an optical bandpass filter in terahetz range (~0.3THz – 3THz) and use it in an optical communication system in optisystem software to analyse the system performance. What software should I use to design the filter and how can I generate terahertz frequency in optisystem?
Thank you

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    • #68486
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      Cy Ra
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      Hi
      I am quite new to optiwave software. I want to design an optical bandpass filter in terahetz range (~0.3THz – 3THz) and use it in an optical communication system in optisystem software to analyse the system performance. What software should I use to design the filter and how can I generate terahertz frequency in optisystem?
      Thank you

    • #68489
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      Ahmad Atieh
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      Dear Cy,
      you can double click on any component in OptiSystem to access its parameters popup window. There is Filters Library in OptiSystem located at Default/Filters Library/
      Once you choose the type of the filter, you set its specs as required.
      Regards,
      Ahmad

    • #68496
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      Cy Ra
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      Hi Ahmad sir,
      Thank you for your response. I have tried changing the frequency of optical filters but the frequency cannot be set to 1 THz. Is there a way to set it to 1THz frequency?

    • #68499
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      Ahmad Atieh
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      Hello Cy,
      which component? Usually, we need to change the limits of the range in the code.
      Regards,
      Ahmad

    • #68501
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      Cy Ra
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      Hello sir,
      The optical components such as CW laser, Butterworth Optical Filter etc., has frequencies starting only from 30 THz. What setup I need to do or code I need to change to use 1 THz frequency for the optical components?
      Thank You

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