Optisystem 2023 v21.1 cracked release

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OptiSystem is a comprehensive software design suite that enables users to plan, test, and simulate optical links in the transmission layer of modern optical networks.

OptiSystem is an innovative, rapidly evolving, and powerful software design tool that enables users to plan, test, and simulate almost every type of optical link in the transmission layer of a broad spectrum of optical networks from LAN, SAN, MAN to ultra-long-haul. It offers transmission layer optical communication system design and planning from component to system level and visually presents analysis and scenarios.

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OptiSystem 21.1 Accelerates Optical Design for QKD, 5G, Microwave Photonics, LiDAR, Free-Space, and Beyond

Cutting-edge autocorrelation and cross-correlation analysis, multi-domain unit support unlock new frontiers in simulation.

OTTAWA, ONTARIO (March 18, 2024) – Optiwave Systems Inc., the pioneering provider of optical design software, announced the release of OptiSystem 21.1 today. This powerful upgrade turbocharges optical system modelling with new autocorrelation visualization, expanded multi-domain unit conversion, and a robust library of new examples – greatly accelerating R&D for quantum key distribution, free-space optical communications, 5G, LiDAR, sensors and beyond.

OptiSystem 21.1 marks a major leap forward in harnessing the power of simulation for next-generation optical systems,” said Dr. Ahmad Atieh, VP of Optical Systems at Optiwave. “With intuitive new autocorrelation displays and support for a wider range of multi-domain physical quantities, OptiSystem equips engineers to explore new frontiers with unprecedented speed and precision.

  • Accelerate Design and Reduce Prototyping Costs: Key new features in OptiSystem 21.1 streamline the simulation workflow.
  • Autocorrelation Analysis Made Easy: Directly visualize critical autocorrelation and cross-correlation characteristics through dedicated tabs in the Optical Time Domain Visualizer (OTDV). For ultrafast optics applications, this capability provides vital insights into pulse shape and dispersion.
  • Multi-Domain simulation: Seamlessly convert between optics, electronics, mechanics and more with new variables and unit conversions across OptiSystem components including Matlab, Python, Scilab and OptiInstrument. Streamline cross-domain simulations, enabling optical transceivers, antennas, and more.
  • 20+ New Examples: Over 20 new real-world example files hit the ground running on design challenges in quantum communications, 5G mobile fronthaul/backhaul, microwave photonics sensing and ranging, and next-gen instrumentation. Leverage these expertly engineered base models to accelerate time to market.

The autocorrelation capabilities in OptiSystem 21.1 is a key feature for the ultrafast laser design workflows,” said Ahmad, “Users are able to simulate our entire mode-locked laser and pulse compression stages in one intuitive environment—a feat that would have taken months previously. OptiSystem lets the user iterate much faster and reduces costly prototyping cycles.

About Optiwave

Optiwave is a leading provider of engineering software products for photonic components, links, systems, and network design, simulation, and optimization. Optiwave provides a comprehensive variety of software design tools to thousands of leading high-technology businesses and academic institutions. An established community of engineers and scientists in over eighty countries has supported Optiwave’s hallmark of achievements in Canadian business for more than 30 years.

Component Library

The OptiSystem Component Library includes hundreds of components that enable you to enter parameters that can be measured from real
devices. It integrates with test and measurement equipment from different vendors. Users can incorporate new components based on
subsystems and user-defined libraries or utilize co-simulation with a third-party tool such as MATLAB or SPICE.

Integration with Optiwave Software Tools

OptiSystem allows you to employ specific Optiwave software tools for integrated and fiber optics at the component and circuit level: OptiSPICE, OptiBPM, OptiGrating, and OptiFiber.

Mixed signal representation

OptiSystem handles mixed signal formats for optical and electrical signals in the Component Library. OptiSystem calculates the signals using the appropriate algorithms related to the required simulation accuracy and efficiency.

Quality and performance algorithms

In order to predict the system performance, OptiSystem calculates parameters such as BER and Q-Factor using numerical analysis or semi-analytical techniques for systems limited by inter-symbol interference and noise.

Advanced visualization tools

Advanced visualization tools produce OSA Spectra, signal chirp, eye diagrams, polarization state, constellation diagrams, and much more. Also included are WDM analysis tools listing signal power, gain, noise figure, and OSNR per channel.

Data monitors

You can select component ports to save the data and attach monitors after the simulation ends. This allows you to process data after the simulation without recalculating. You can attach an arbitrary number of visualizers to the monitor at the same port.

Hierarchical simulation with subsystems

To make a simulation tool flexible and efficient, it is essential to provide models at different abstraction levels, including the system, subsystem, and component levels. OptiSystem features a truly hierarchical definition of components and systems, allowing the simulation to be as detailed as the desired accuracy dictates.

Powerful Script language

Using standard VB Script language, you can enter arithmetical expressions for parameters and create global parameters that can be shared between components and subsystems. The script language can also manipulate and control OptiSystem, including calculations, layout creation, and post-processing.

State-of-the-art calculation data-flow

The Calculation Scheduler controls the simulation by determining the order of execution of component modules according to the selected data flow model. The main data flow model that addresses the simulation of the transmission layer is the Component Iteration Data Flow (CIDF). The CIDF domain uses run-time scheduling, supporting conditions, data-dependent iteration, and true recursion. OptiSystem Optical Communication System and Amplifier Design Software

Report page

A fully customizable report page allows you to display any set of parameters and results available in the design. The produced reports are organized into resizable and moveable spreadsheets, text, 2D and 3D graphs. It also includes HTML export and templates with pre-formatted report layouts.

Bill of materials

OptiSystem provides a cost analysis table of the system being designed, arranged by system, layout, or component. Cost data can be exported to other applications or spreadsheets.

Multiple layouts

You can create many designs using the same project file, which allows you to create and modify your designs quickly and efficiently. Each OptiSystem project file can contain many design versions. Design versions are calculated and modified independently, but calculation results can be combined across different versions, allowing for comparison of the designs.

FEATURES

OptiSystem provides the most comprehensive optical communication and photonics design suite for optical design engineers. Its key features include:

Transmitters library

OptiSystem’s Transmitters library contains an extensive selection of optical sources (Fabry-Perot, DFB, VCSEL), electrical and optical signal pulse
generators, optical modulators (EA, MZ), electrical modulators and coders (QAM, PAM, FSK, OFDM), and multi-mode signal generators (Laguerre-Gaussian, Hermite-Gaussian).

Designers can choose between advanced physical-based or measurement-based (empirical) models for modeling the static and dynamic behavior of semiconductor lasers. Our physical-based models include 1D and 2D multi-mode laser rate equations, allowing designers to switch between bulk laser rate models and the transmission line matrix method (TLMM).