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Fig.1. PC Grate v.2.0 Series for DOS is the first commercially available software for relief spectral grating efficiency calculation by rigorous methods on PCs. It has GUI and works with only 640 KB of RAM.
Fig.2. PC Grate v.3.0 Series for Windows® 16-bit is the first both free and widely used commercial software for grating efficiency calculation. It solves a broad spectrum of grating efficiency problems.
Fig.3. PCGrate 2000 v.5.05 Series for Windows® based on the modified integral method is the first fully 32-bit software with the excellen GUI and various options for real grating modeling.
Fig.4. PCGrate-S(X) v.6.1 Series for latest 32-bit Windows® includes the modern GUI, 3-D & 2-D Open GL plots, paralleling, and command line capability with XML-format input/output files.
Fig.5. Parameters in this item optimize the type of solvers, computation algorithms, boundary conditions, accuracy, and solver options for new PCGrate-S(X) v.6.5 Series for latest 32&64-bit Windows®.
Fig.6. Parameters in this item affect the physical model, boundary conditions, and accuracy of calculation for PCGrate v. 6.1.
Fig.7. This item enables you to customize all geometry parameters of the beam and grating shapes (v. 6.5).
Fig.8. This item enables you to customize parameters of the optical mounting (v. 6.5).
Fig.9. Using this item, you can set scanning parameters (v. 6.1).
Fig.10. Using this item, you can set scanning and accuracy parameters (v. 6.5).
Fig.11. When you select a grating item, you will see an image of a whole grating.
Fig.12. When you select the 'Layer #' item in the tree, you will see its parameters and its image on the right.
Fig.13. The grating model has the infinite conductive bottom layer (substrate).
Fig.14. Geometric parameters of border functions can be found on the first tab named 'Function of border profile'.
Fig.15. The Polygonal Border Profile type that was randomized in the v. 6.5.
Fig.16. Parameters that are dependent on the border function are located on the second tab, named 'Accuracy parameters' (v.6.1).
Fig.17. The third tab, 'Scanning modifiers', is used for scanning of 'Trapezoidal' and 'Sine trapezoidal' profile types in 'Period/Frequency'.
Fig.18. The status information about solving process is displayed in the console while a task is being solved.
Fig.19. Here you can work with textual representation of the results.
Fig.20. If you select the 'Table report' item, you will see a table containing information about orders and some additional controls that are used to customize the table.
Fig.1. PC Grate v.2.0 Series for DOS
Fig.1. PC Grate v.2.0 Series for DOS
Fig.2. PC Grate v.3.0 Series for Windows 16-bit
Fig.2. PC Grate v.3.0 Series for Windows 16-bit
Fig.3. PCGrate 2000 v.5.05 Series for Windows 32-bit
Fig.3. PCGrate 2000 v.5.05 Series for Windows 32-bit
Fig.4. PCGrate-S(X) v.6.1 Series for Latest 32-bit Windows
Fig.4. PCGrate-S(X) v.6.1 Series for Latest 32-bit Windows
Fig.5. The Solver Optimizing Item of PCGrate-S(X) v.6.5 Series
Fig.5. The Solver Optimizing Item of PCGrate-S(X) v.6.5 Series
Fig.6. The Accuracy Optimization Item of PCGrate-S(X) v.6.1
Fig.6. The Accuracy Optimization Item of PCGrate-S(X) v.6.1
Fig.7. The Grating Working Area Item
Fig.7. The Grating Working Area Item
Fig.8. The Beam and Mounting Geometry Item
Fig.8. The Beam and Mounting Geometry Item
Fig.9. The Scanning Options Item of v.6.1
Fig.9. The Scanning Options Item of v.6.1
Fig.10. The Scanning Options Item of v.6.5
Fig.10. The Scanning Options Item of v.6.5
Fig.11. The Grating Item
Fig.11. The Grating Item
Fig.12. The Layer Item
Fig.12. The Layer Item
Fig.13. A Bottom Layer with Perfect Type of Low Border Conductivity
Fig.13. A Bottom Layer with Perfect Type of Low Border Conductivity
Fig.14. The Function of Border Profile Tab in the Border Item
Fig.14. The Function of Border Profile Tab in the Border Item
Fig.15. A Randomized Polygonal Border Profile
Fig.15. A Randomized Polygonal Border Profile
Fig.16. The Accuracy Parameters Tab in the Border Item of v.6.1
Fig.16. The Accuracy Parameters Tab in the Border Item of v.6.1
Fig.17. The Scanning Modifiers Tab in the Border Item
Fig.17. The Scanning Modifiers Tab in the Border Item
Fig.18. The Console Solver Session Window
Fig.18. The Console Solver Session Window
Fig.19. The Far Field Text Report Item for One Scanning Step
Fig.19. The Far Field Text Report Item for One Scanning Step
Fig.20. The Table Report Item
Fig.20. The Table Report Item

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