OptiGrating Publication References – 2017

The following is a list of scientific papers, technical journals, periodicals, and conference publications which reference the use of OptiGrating.  These references were collected from internal sources, customer submitted papers, and scientific articles via Google...

OptiGrating Publication References – 2016

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

OptiGrating Publication References – 2015

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

OptiGrating Publication References – 2014

Below is a listing of scientific papers, technical journals, periodicals, and conference publications which reference the use of OptiGrating.

Fiber Bragg Grating

In the first lesson, you will learn how to design a Fiber Bragg Grating with chirp and apodization. Such a grating finds application in fiber dispersion compensation. S.1 The first thing you will do is to open a new project. Then, you will choose one of the five...

Sensors

In this lesson, you will use the Fiber Bragg Grating example from Lesson 1. Have a
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OptiGrating Overview

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Emerging as a de facto standard over the last decade, OptiGrating has delivered powerful and user friendly design software for modeling integrated and fiber optic devices that incorporate optical gratings. OptiGrating uses the Coupled Mode Theory to model the light and enable analysis and synthesis of gratings. A complex grating is approximated by a sequence of uniform segments, and analyzed by connecting the segments with the well-known Transfer Matrix Method. This gives the designer the information needed to test and optimize grating designs.

A complex grating is approximated by a sequence of uniform segments, and analyzed by connecting the segments with the well-known Transfer Matrix Method. This gives the designer the information needed to test and optimize grating designs.

Applications

  • WDM add/drop, narrow and broadband fiber and waveguide filters
  • Fiber Bragg reflectors
  • EDFA gain flattening elements
  • Dispersion compensators for fiber communications
  • Sideband suppression using grating apodization
  • Fiber and waveguide sensors
  • Long Period Gratings with coupling to cladding modes

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