How to Customize the Position of Source Modes Via Programming and Example (Along a Line)
Providing maximum versatility for your optical simulations is one of our most fundamental objectives. The source concept employed in VirtualLab Fusion follows this spirit of customizability: not only can the user manipulate at will the temporal spectrum of the source and the functional shape of the base mode, but also the position and weight of the laterally shifted modes used to replicate the spatial coherence characteristics of the source. This document shows how to configure the latter two source properties (position and weight of the modes) via a piece of user-defined programming code.
- Use Case (PDF)pdf24.01.2019
- Use Case and sample files in VirtualLab Fusion (ZIP)zip24.01.2019