fiberdesk线性和非线性脉冲传播软件
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非线性脉冲传播变得容易了

fiberdesk是一种用于线性和非线性脉冲传播的软件。它基于通过分步傅立叶变换方法求解扩展的非线性薛定谔方程,并且能够将其与速率方程模拟相结合。

每个fiberdesk软件的许可证都受硬件加密狗的保护。它可以作为计算机的本地密钥订购,在运行fiberdesk软件时需要保持插入状态。

fiberdesk线性和非线性脉冲传播软件
fiberdesk 5 软件界面
fiberdesk线性和非线性脉冲传播软件
非线性薛定谔方程

下载并安装HASP驱动程序。插入fiberdesk软件加密狗。下载最新版本并运行fiberdesk软件。

fiberdesk软件下载链接

最新版

– 可执行版本5和5 lite(替换版本4),32位和64位

– 加密狗的驱动程序设置

– 手册和功能列表

友情提示:更新或升级中的文件格式可能已更改。将旧的fiberdesk.exe移动到其他目录,以便能够打开以前保存的文件。

演示版

非线性效应和附加元素受限制

fiberdesk 6 beta

测试版

链接到最新的HASP驱动程序

– 需要使用fiberdesk软件加密狗

– 已包含最新版本

fiberdesk软件由于USB保护而无法启动或发生错误,该怎么办?

要解决此问题,请执行以下步骤:

0.取下USB并使用管理权限启动计算机

1.下载Sentinel HASP / LDK – 命令行运行时安装程序

  sentinelcustomer.safenet-inc.com/sentineldownloads/

2.请从命令行解压缩并启动包含文件haspdinst.exe,以完全卸载所有以前的驱动程序:

   haspdinst -purge

3.再次,从命令行,安装新的驱动程序

   haspdinst -install

4.插入USB并启动fiberdesk.exe

如果仍有问题,请联系我们获得支持。

仍然收到错误信息?

请在您的Web浏览器中使用http://localhost:1947,并将密钥的屏幕截图或功能号码发送到官方的fiberdesk电子邮件地址。

可以将fiberdesk用于纳秒脉冲或连续光吗?

原则上,非线性Schrödinger方程允许长脉冲的传播。但是,Brillioun散射没有实现。可以模拟拉曼散射。对于连续光,必须根据时间尺寸设置重复率,以使峰值和平均功率相等。从fiberdesk5开始,提供“创建脉冲”对话框的功能,提供“cw”选项,它自动均衡重复率到时间窗口。

此外,必须记住,频谱带宽由时间分辨率(数据点数量的时间窗口)给出。例如,对于最大数量的数据点,可以处理带宽为~100nm@1μm中心波长的80ns脉冲,其缺点是非常慢。此外,在没有NLSE的情况下,ns和cw光可以用由fiberdesk软件提供的速率方程模拟。

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