Simulation of VCSELs & VCSEL Arrays

Vertical cavity surface emitting lasers (VCSEL) constitute an ascending technology that is known for its reliability and wavelength stability, as well for good quality in terms of the emitting beam. For that reason, they are commonly used in various applications involving e.g. beam splitters and pattern generators.

In VirtualLab Fusion the newly introduced Multiple Light Source allows for the definition of individual VCSELs and whole VCSEL arrays.

Modeling of VCSEL Source by Two Uncorrelated Laguerre Modes

This document demonstrates how to achieve the desired intensity distribution of a specific VCSEL source via parametric optimization of two uncorrelated Gaussian modes with the help of the Multiple Light Source.

Modeling of an Array of Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser (VCSEL) Diodes

This document demonstrates how a VCSEL array source can be modeled in VirtualLab Fusion.

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