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pyLLE: a Fast and User Friendly Lugiato-Lefever Equation Solver

We present the development of pyLLE, a freely accessible Lugiato-Lefever equation solver programmed in Python and Julia and optimized for the simulation of microresonator frequency combs. Examples illustrating its operation and performance are presented.

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Updated: 2022-07-29
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Description We present the development of pyLLE, a freely accessible Lugiato-Lefever equation solver programmed in Python and Julia and optimized for the simulation of microresonator frequency combs. Examples illustrating its operation and performance are presented.
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Publisher Name National Institute of Standards and Technology
Contact mailto:gregory.moille@nist.gov
Keywords photonics , optics , frequency combs , python , julia
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