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OCSim Module

Photonics and Optical Communication System Simulations Modules

OCSim matlab modules are one of  the most  popular products for the design  and simulation of modern fiber optic communication
systems. OCSim modules have  been proven to  provide accurate simulations. The  modules which are continuously upgraded  are
in use for the last 12 years for simulating modern fiber optic communication systems, publishing research papers, theses, projects
and laboratory simulation experiments.

Licensing Features
Modules Types: Software Modules with Matlab Programs (.m files)
Academic Licenses for Universities
Commercial Licenses for Research Labs / Companies
Multiple Licenses for Faculty with Students
Perpetual License
Manuals with Well Explained Related Theory, Formulas and Descriptions
Multiyear Scientific and Technical Support

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Benefits

Advanced Level Matlab Modules
Manuals with Well Explained Related Theory, Formulas and Descriptions
Modify the Modules to the Next Level for Your Research Papers, Research Projects and Theses
Modify the Modules for Co-Simulations with the Third Party Commercial Optical Communication Systems Softwares
Laboratory Simulation Experiments, Exercises and Projects
(can be installed on the laboratory computers for simulation experiments, projects and theses)

 

Advantages

1. The conventional GUI driven software work like the black boxes where the user only knows the input/output parameters for the given fiber optic communication systems links or for the given optical components, whereas in OCSim MATLAB modules user has the access to the full MATLAB source code programs (.m files) backed by the theory for all the components of the fiber optic communication systems links.

2. This gives the flexibility:

(a) To further change the OCSim MATLAB source code programs (.m files) according to the user’s design.

(b) More understanding of each component and the fiber optic communication system link from the theory point of view.

(c) Correlating theoretical equations with the OCSim MATLAB programs.

(d) Modifying the OCSim MATLAB programs to further publish the new research papers, theses, and projects.

(e) The user can modify OCSim MATLAB modules to incorporate the latest research outputs published by the other researchers.

(f) The user can integrate different OCSim MATLAB components and modules with full understanding to design the new fiber optic communication system links for the research and development.

3. Option to collaborate as a coauthor with CodeSScientific's Researchers (who are also faculties in Canadian Universities) on the new research papers published by the users based on OCSim modules.

4. CodeSScientific’s researchers who are PhDs in photonics and optical communication systems support the user to understand the OCSim       MATLAB modules on theoretical as well as programming levels.

Applications

Fiber Optic Single and Dual Polarizations QAM-M CO-OFDM Systems – Linear and Nonlinear
Fiber Chromatic Dispersion and SPM Compensations through DSP in Coherent QPSK Fiber Optic Communication Systems
Laser Phase Noise Compensation through DSP in Coherent QPSK Fiber Optic Communication Systems
Fiber Optic Communication Systems with Analog and Digital Modulation Techniques: BPSK, QPSK, DP-QPSK, QAM-M and PAM-M
NRZ-OOK, NRZ-PSK, NRZ-QPSK, QPSK- nyquist and PAM-M Transmitters in Fiber Optic Communication Systems
Fiber Optic Direct Detection WDM Systems – Linear and Nonlinear
Fiber Optic Intensity Modulated Direct Detection Systems – Linear and Nonlinear
Nonlinear Pulse Propagation in Optical Fibers
Raman Gains in Optical Fibers using Nonlinear Coupled Differential Equations
EDFA Gains in Optical Fibers using Nonlinear Coupled Differential Equations
Carrier Density and Optical Power Simulations of Laser Diodes for DC and Pulsed Currents
Shot Noise, Thermal Noise and SNR of PIN and APD Receivers
Error Probability Calculations of OOK, PSK, FSK and DPSK data for Homodyne, Heterodyne and Direct Detection Receivers
Fiber Modes, Fiber Dispersion and Optical Field Envelope/Total Field Propagation for Various Time Step

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