Design and Simulation of PICs
- Use INTERCONNECT to create and simulate photonic integrated circuits using its hierarchical schematic editor.
- Frequency domain analysis, transient sample mode simulation, and transient block mode simulation are all included in INTERCONNECT.
- With support for parameter sweeps and design optimization, the software comes with comprehensive visualization and data analysis capabilities.
PDA and EDA Interoperability
- Use well-known EDA design tools and workflows to simulate and optimize your designs to shorten design cycles and increase reliability.
- Create and distribute custom device libraries. For proprietary designs, Lumerical has blackbox features allowing users to securely distribute sensitive information.
- Lowering the barrier of entry to photonics: Users can leverage the Ansys Lumerical module, which adds photonic layout features to open-source EPDA design tools.
Variation & Statistical Analysis Solutions
- Use corner analysis to simulate how process variation affects the functionality of the circuit.
- Assess circuit performance and yield using Monte Carlo analysis while taking process variability into consideration.
PIC Element Libraries
- INTERCONNECT has a vast photonic integrated circuit (PIC) library. The library includes passive and active optoelectrical components allowing users to build and customize their systems for simulations.
CML Development and Dissemination
- INTERCONNECT offers an infrastructure that facilitates the creation and distribution of compact model libraries (CMLs) for PIC simulation and design built from Ansys Lumerical’s device level tools.
- For proprietary designs, INTERCONNECT can create encrypted blackbox CML components, allowing customers to keep their design and data secure.
Ansys Lumerical INTERCONNECT In-Action
Functional and practical industrial applications
Frequency-Dependent Responses for Port Combinations with S-Parameters
Adding Sources, Detectors, and Analyzers in INTERCONNECT’ Solvers
Ansys Lumerical Products
Designers can model interacting optical, electrical, and thermal effects thanks to tools that seamlessly integrate device and system level functionality. A variety of processes that combine device multiphysics and photonic circuit simulation with external design automation and productivity tools are made possible by flexible interoperability between products.