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Luceda Photonics and VPIphotonics GmbH have announced the SMART Photonics Indium Phosphide (InP) technology platform, combining Luceda’s IPKISS design platform with the VPIcomponentMaker Photonic Circuits.

Luceda’s IPKISS design platform combines circuit level design and simulation, layout CAD, and device CAD, all based on Python scripting. Luceda’s SMART Photonics PDK allows designers to tape-out to the SMART Photonics foundry by means of a foundry validated PDK. VPIcomponentMaker Photonic Circuits is a professional simulation and design environment for large-scale photonic integrated circuits and offers a large mix of general-purpose photonic, electrical, and optoelectronic device models.

The library extension VPItoolkit PDK SMART v1.5 enables a layout-aware schematic-driven PIC design workflow and provides access to a broad set of available standard building blocks of the SMART PDK.



Published: February 2019
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