Powerful simulation software and design-for-manufacturing best practices enable businesses to speed up design cycles, improve product resilience to fabrication defects, analyze post-fabrication effects, and develop products suitable for mass production.
By integrating fabrication variation analysis, businesses gain accurate predictions of potential performance variations due to foundry production tolerances. Designers can leverage this capability into a feedback loop to create resilient devices suitable in mass-production applications.
SimuTech Group offers expertise in design methodologies. We assist customers with refining designs to mitigate unintended performance changes due to variation. Through methods such as corner analysis, Monte-Carlo yield analysis, and lithography prediction, our customer can develop realistic simulations of their photonic products.
Simulate sidewall roughness with Ansys Lumerical. Sidewall roughness can have minor to severe impacts depending on the photonic device, thus sidewall angles are fabrication tolerances that should be considered. Built as a toggle feature, including sidewall angles into device simulations is made simple with Lumerical.
This Y-branch splitter is a fundamental building block component for photonic integrated circuits. The device intakes the transmitted signal, and splits it 50/50 down two separate paths. The device could also operate in reverse to combine signals which allows for complex circuits and devices to be created.
Rapid prototyping is key to a great photonics product and shortened go-to-market time. Fast simulations and accurate results are essential for designs to enter production.
SimuTech engineers understand the challenges of adopting new software. Creating workflows or maximizing simulation capabilities can be difficult and time consuming. We exist to arm our clients with the capabilities and support necessary to achieve their goals.