Optical Transmission Systems – Design and Simulation Training

Sunday, 05 March, 13:00 - 18:00 / Room: 31A
Setup and networking: 13:00 - 14:00
Training starts promptly at 14:00

Organizers: Optica Foundation & VPIphotonics

training will show you how to conceptualize and evaluate optical transmission systems from a communication engineer’s perspective by using professional simulation software. You will learn how to efficiently simulate optical transmission systems and automate the design and analysis of new technologies using VPIphotonics Design Suite. We will investigate transmission systems scenarios for applications ranging from data center interconnects to high-capacity core network links to optical satellite communication links. We will explore general system design concepts, demonstrate how to investigate the impact of performance-limiting effects, and assess how to mitigate or compensate for them.

Topics include:

Professional simulation software design environment
Intensity-modulated direct detection systems
Digital coherent systems
Free-space optical systems

This training targets students and early-career professionals who want to learn how to utilize a professional simulation and design environment for their engineering and research tasks in optical transmission systems. Basic knowledge of technologies, concepts, and methodologies of the various transmission systems is helpful.

This training includes a 4-hour session of lectures, guided labs, and independent work with 1-on-1 support. Attendees will be provided access to the software in a cloud-based environment using their own private laptops.

Registration is limited to 35 seats to provide attendees with direct access to our team of experts, so reserve your seat today!

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