Come and visit our modeling experts at leading technical conferences!
October 12-16, 2014 in San Diego (USA)
This is the IEEE Photonics Society’s showcase event where you will find the latest developments in photonic technologies, their applications and future directions. The conference’s unique mixture of ground-breaking reports, in-depth educational offerings, and important attendee opportunities for contribution and discussion make it a “must attend” event for all in the photonics community.
Come and visit our team in San Diego. We will demonstrate live at ICP the latest version of VPItransmissionMaker & VPIcomponentMaker - the market-leading photonic components and systems design suite.
November 11-13, 2014 in Atlanta (USA)
VPIphotonics will present its latest simulation tools at AVFOP 2014 to be held in Atlanta, USA, November 11-13, 2014. The AVFOP conference provides an indispensable international forum for the academic, industry, and government R&D community developing fiber-optic / photonic components and system technologies for avionics.
Induced Transparacy in double-ring photonic switches for optical networks-on-chipS. Mingaleev, E. Sokolov, C. Arellano, I. Koltchanov, J. Farina, A. Richter
Abstract: We demonstrate operation of 2x2 photonic switching elements based on coupled micro-rings employing the CRIT effect, which promises reduction of power consumption compared to standard switching techniques. Even though non-ideal waveguide crossings add noteworthy complexity, we demonstrate its practical value for designing ultra-low-power optical networks-on-chip.
November 11-14, 2014 in Shanghai (China)
VPIphotonics will present its latest simulation tools together with our Chinese distributor LUSTER LightTech at ACP 2014 to be held in Shanghai, China, November 11-14, 2014.
Efficient BER estimation for simulation of coherent transmission systems including digital signal processing and forward-error-correctionH. Louchet, A. Richter
Abstract: We show how the Importance Sampling method can be used to accurately estimate the bit-error-rate of coherent transmission systems including digital signal processing and forward-error-correction under non-AWGN channel assumption.