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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…

Webinar: Supercontinuum Generation and Raman Self-frequency Shift in Photonic Crystal Fibers

Join Optiwave for an informative & instructional webinar on simulating and analyzing optical pulse propagation along photonic crystal fibers (PCFs). Dispersive and nonlinear parameters of the PCF are accurately obtained by modal analysis in OptiMode software. These parameters are then used in OptiSystem software to simulate transmission in PCF. Supercontinuum generation and Raman self-frequency shift…

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…

Webinar: OptiSystem Photonic Crystal Fiber Sensors

Join Optiwave for an informative & instructional webinar on Photonic Crystal Fiber Sensors. Photonic crystal fiber (PCF) is well-suited for sensing applications. It is a flexible platform for tailoring modal dispersion, confinement, and birefringence.  In this webinar, we demonstrate how vector finite element method (VFEM) mode solver of OptiMode software can be used for accurate…

Photonic Crystal Fiber Temperature Sensor using OptiMode

Photonic crystal fibers (PCF) have been extensively investigated for chemical, bio-medical, and environmental sensing applications. PCF provides a unique platform for realizing the desired modal dispersion, birefringence, confinement, and multiplicity characteristics. This can be attributed to the freedom in designing the microstructure geometry. Of significant importance for sensing applications, various chemical, biological, and inorganic materials…

Photonic Crystal Fiber Bio-chemical Sensor using OptiMode

Photonic crystal fibers (PCF) are attractive for chemical, biomedical, and environmental sensing applications. The freedom in designing the microstructure geometry provides a unique platform for realizing the desired modal dispersion, birefringence, confinement and multiplicity characteristics. Of significant importance to these features, chemical, biological and inorganic materials can be introduced to the PCF by selective hole…

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…

OptiSPICE Tanner Plugin

    Introduction OptiSPICE Tanner Plugin was created by Optiwave and Mentor Graphics to enhance Tanner T-Spice with optical circuit simulation capabilities. The seamless integration of optical models into the Tanner EDA enables the simulation of complex opto electronic circuits from schematic or mask layout within a single design environment. OptiSPICE Tanner Plugin supporting Tanner…

OptiFDTD Publication References – 2019

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