Optiwave OptiSystem 14.0

OptiSystem 14 includes several enhancements including a new C++ co-simulation component, updates to our multimode component portfolio (to better support the analysis of spatial mode multiplexed systems), the addition of star and circular QAM constellations for coherent transmission systems, and improvements to our transmitter and receiver component portfolios.
Key New Features
Introduction of a new Cpp component and Cpp CoSimulation Visualizer to allow users to import or build their own customized C++ algorithms/components and directly co-simulate their customized models (using dynamic link libraries) with any other OptiSystem component.
Universal DSP, Decision, QAM Sequence Generator and QAM Sequence Decoder components have been updated to support a broader range of modulation formats, including star and circular QAM constellation formats as well as 32-QAM, 128-QAM, and 256-QAM constellations.
Enhancements have been made to the Multimode components library including the introduction of a new Spatial Demultiplexer component, improvements to the Erbium Doped MM Fiber, Ytterbium Doped MM Fiber, Measured-Index Multimode Fiber and Parabolic-Index Multimode Fiber amplifier and fiber models (for modelling spatial multiplexed systems and concatenated fibers) and the integration of LP mode generators into our Spatial Transmitter components.
Components within the Transmitters and Receivers libraries have been improved including the introduction of a new Spectral Light Source component, improvements to the noise models in the APD and PIN components, the addition of thermal noise models to our Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog components and the addition of user-defined PAM amplitude maps to our PAM Coder and Decoder components.
Updates to our Measured Filter, Measured Optical Filter, Lightwave Analyzer, View Signal Visualizer and Power Splitters; and the introduction of a new Diffuse Channel component for the modeling of indoor optical wireless systems.
New library components and enhancements
Co-simulation capabilities: Cpp, Cpp CoSimulation Visualizer
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Cpp component in OptiSystem 14. Designed for users who wish to import or build their own customized C++ algorithms/components, the Cpp component will allow for the direct co-simulation of customized models (using dynamic link libraries) with any other OptiSystem component. It includes an open signal architecture interface to allow users to input and/or output any of OptiSystem’s signal types and complex waveform data arrays.
In addition to the Cpp component, we have launched a new Visualizer, the Cpp CoSimulation Visualizer. The new Cpp CoSimulation Visualizer’s primary function is to duplicate all the signals that are designed to enter the Cpp component thus allowing for signal files to be loaded into the component design project (without OptiSystem running) when running in debug mode.

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