Code V 9.8
Sep 2007Synopsys Inc., Optical Solutions GroupRequest Info
Improved Optical System Modeling and OptimizationPASADENA, Calif., Sept. 4, 2007 -- Improved modeling and optimization of optical systems are among features of the newest release of CODE V optical design software from Optical Research Associates (ORA).
In particular, CODE V 9.8 builds on the success of recently introduced diffraction-based image simulation by allowing macro access to simulated image pixel data. A wide variety of built-in macro functions for manipulating this data enables users to perform actions such as combining multiple images (for example, separate red, green and blue channels), adjusting gamma or compensating for known detector characteristics. Users can also extract various parameters of a simulated image, including color and luminance values.
The optimization capabilities of CODE V have also been extended to account for the effects of manufacturing tolerances, enabling designers to create more tolerance-insensitive design forms. A new macro function that accesses the program’s fast wavefront differential Tolerancing capability (the TOR analysis feature) enables optimization for best fabricated performance, rather than simply for best nominal performance.
Also, the entire CODE V user interface can now be accessed in simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese and Korean. Key documentation is also now available in these languages.
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