OIDA Sponsored Webinar: Multicore SM and MM Fibers with Trenches and Air-Hole Assisted
28 July 2021, 10:00 - 11:00
- Eastern Daylight Time (UTC - 04:00)
Optiwave Systems Inc. offers software tools that can be used to simulate & analyze single-mode and multimode multicore fibers with/without trenches and air-hole assisted structures. The supported modes in the structure are accurately obtained by modal analysis in OptiMode software. Then, the coupling coefficients between the modes in the same core or different cores are calculated and the crosstalk is found using OptiSystem software. The crosstalk parameters are used also in OptiSystem software to simulate modulated signal transmission in MCF as will be demonstrated in this webinar.
The following topics will be covered in the webinar:
- Design MM and SM structure process (OptiMode)/Save modes’ field profile/Load the files to OptiSystem component/Crosstalk calculation (XT)/Bending effects, Core pitch
- Describe OptiSystem MCF standalone components
- Simulate the XT effect on transmitted signals using OptiSystem software
- Live Demo
Ahmad Atieh, VP - Optical Systems, Optiwave
Ahmad Atieh is a VP at Optiwave Systems Inc. Canada. He received his B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Yarmouk University Jordan, M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Jordan University of Science and Technology and Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Ottawa Canada. He has contributed more than 100 technical papers in different refereed journals and conferences. He holds over 25 issued patent and patent pending. His current research interests are in the fields of optical fiber communication systems including optical fiber characterization, optical amplifiers, nonlinear fiber optics, and optical communication transmission systems.
- Amin Khorshidahmad, Optical Scientist, Optiwave
Amin is an optical scientist with systems group at Optiwave. He received the BSc, MSc and PhD degrees from University of Tehran, Sharif U. of Tec. and McGill University, respectively, all in electrical engineering. He has experience in numerical modeling and experimental verification of photonic devices and fiber optic communication systems.
The views expressed in this webinar do not reflect those of OIDA and The Optical Society.