Publication detail

CAE in Optoelectronics

ČERNOHORSKÝ, D., RAIDA, Z., WILFERT, O., VALÁŠEK, V.

Original Title

CAE in Optoelectronics

English Title

CAE in Optoelectronics

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

The most common problems of students attending courses of optoelectronics are discussed in the presented paper. On the basis of these problems, three computer programs for the CAE in optoelectronics have been developed to support the student's understanding of complex phenomena. "Gaussian Beam" serves for simulations and computations in paraxial optics; "Optical Fiber" is used for visualization of the electromagnetic field distribution in an optical fiber; and "General Dielectric Waveguide" performs the full-wave finite-element analysis of arbitrary longitudinally homogenous waveguiding structures. All the programs have been designed for Windows'95 with the emphasis on unified user's managing.

English abstract

The most common problems of students attending courses of optoelectronics are discussed in the presented paper. On the basis of these problems, three computer programs for the CAE in optoelectronics have been developed to support the student's understanding of complex phenomena. "Gaussian Beam" serves for simulations and computations in paraxial optics; "Optical Fiber" is used for visualization of the electromagnetic field distribution in an optical fiber; and "General Dielectric Waveguide" performs the full-wave finite-element analysis of arbitrary longitudinally homogenous waveguiding structures. All the programs have been designed for Windows'95 with the emphasis on unified user's managing.

RIV year

2001

Released

01.09.1999

Pages from

220

Pages to

224

Pages count

5

BibTex


@article{BUT39950,
  author="Dušan {Černohorský} and Zbyněk {Raida} and Otakar {Wilfert} and Vladimír {Valášek}",
  title="CAE in Optoelectronics",
  annote="The most common problems of students attending courses of optoelectronics are discussed in the presented paper. On the basis of these problems, three computer programs for the CAE in optoelectronics have been developed to support the student's understanding of complex phenomena. "Gaussian Beam" serves for simulations and computations in paraxial optics; "Optical Fiber" is used for visualization of the electromagnetic field distribution in an optical fiber; and "General Dielectric Waveguide" performs the full-wave finite-element analysis of arbitrary longitudinally homogenous waveguiding structures. All the programs have been designed for Windows'95 with the emphasis on unified user's managing.",
  chapter="39950",
  journal="IEEE Transactions on Education",
  number="3",
  volume="42",
  year="1999",
  month="september",
  pages="220",
  type="journal article"
}