Synopsys’ RSoft products are used to design and analyze optical telecommunication devices, optical components used in semiconductor manufacturing, and nano-scale optical structures. They enable engineers to design and optimize the optical components and systems found in products such as fiber optic networks, semiconductor lithography equipment, silicon optical chips and LEDs.
Within the physical layer, RSoft's Photonic Component Design Suite allows users to design and simulate both passive and active photonic optoelectronic components and subsystems.
RSoft's Photonic System Design Suite allows users to design and simulate current and next-generation optical communication systems and photonic integrated circuits at the signal propagation level.
Component Design Suite
Analyze complex photonic devices and components through industry-leading computer aided designLearn More
Determine the performance of optical telecom and datacom links through comprehensive simulation techniques and component modelsLearn More
Industry Publications Referencing RSoft Products
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RSoft Component Tools Training
This course covers the basics of the RSoft Component Tools and gradually moves to intermediate and advanced topics. Topics include the RSoft CAD, FullWAVE, BeamPROP, and DiffractMOD. If interest and time allows, other device tools and utilities will be covered as well.More information about the class
Synopsys' Optical Solutions Group is one of the world's leading developers of optical design and analysis tools, with CODE V imaging design software, LightTools illumination design software, LucidShape products for automotive lighting design, and RSoft products for photonic device and optical communication system design. The group is also an independent supplier of optical systems design services, with more than 4,800 completed projects in imaging, illumination and optical systems engineering.