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Physical Optics Software

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Physical Optics SoftwareVirtualLab Fusion 2020.1 physical-optics software from LightTrans International is a one-stop simulation platform where different solvers can be applied for the different components in the system.

Results are combined seamlessly in a non-sequential way to provide the vectorial solution for the whole system. In the latest version, those solvers can be defined in the space or in the spatial frequency (k) domain, depending on which is more convenient. Simulations are faster and physical effects in the system can be considered in a more exact way. A catalog of Fourier transform algorithms and the accompanying hybrid data handling avoids stringent sampling conditions.

Diffraction scenario models include 4f setups, cascaded apertures, paraxial Gaussian systems, and more.


Photonics Spectra
Dec 2020
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