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Ring resonator MODE (parameter extraction and Monte Carlo)

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This is Part 2 of the ring resonator getting started tutorial. Here, we will consider how to carry out the parameter extraction and Monte Carlo analysis process for the design that we introduced in Ring resonator (design and initial simulation). Please go through this example before proceeding.

 

Solvers

varFDTD

Associated files

ring_resonator2.lms

ring_resonator2_Monte_Carlo.lms

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Discussion and results

Modeling instructions

References

Hammer, M. and Hiremath, K.R. and Stoffer, R. (2004) Analytical approaches to the description of optical microresonator devices. (Invited) In: Microresonators as Building Blocks for VLSI Photonics, 18-25 October 2003, Erice, Italy. pp. 48-71. AIP Conference Proceedings 709. Springer. ISSN 0094-243X ISBN 978-0-7354-0184-6

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Learning objectives

In this example, the user will learn to:

Use Mode Expansion Monitors to extract the parameters for interfacing with circuit level simulations in INTERCONNECT.

Compare the S parameter results with 3D FDTD.

Use the Monte Carlo Analysis feature to track the effect of fabrication errors on the free spectral range (FSR) of the ring resonator.

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