class picazzo3.traces.socket_wg.SocketWaveguideTemplate(*args, **kwargs)

Socket-style waveguide template: deep etched rib waveguide

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The unique name of the pcell



cladding_width: float and number > 0

total width of the waveguide with cladding

control_shape_layer: __Layer__

layer on which the control shape is drawn

core_process: ProcessLayer

process for the rib

view_name: str and ( Alphanumeric string or Contains _$ )

The name of the view

windows: List with type restriction, allowed types: <class ‘ipkiss3.pcell.trace.window.window._TraceWindow’>

List of Trace Windows that know how to draw themselves relative to the shape of the Trace

core_width: float and number > 0

width of the rib

cover_layers: List with type restriction, allowed types: <class ‘ipkiss.primitives.layer.Layer’>

layers that can be used to generate additional coverage of the trace (e.g. manhattan corners)

cladding_process: ProcessLayer

process for the waveguide cladding, defaults to the core process

cladding_purpose: PatternPurpose

drawing purpose layer for the cladding

core_purpose: PatternPurpose

drawing purpose for the waveguide core

core_layer: __Layer__

layer used to define the core of the waveguide

pin_shape: Shape

shape to be used for the pins

trace_template_for_ports: _TraceTemplate.Layout

Trace template to be used for the ports. Default = this template

draw_control_shape: ( bool, bool_, bool or int )

draws the control shape on top of the waveguide

width: float and Real, number and number >= 0


"""This example shows how you use the template to directly create a socket waveguide PCell
and its layout."""
from technologies import silicon_photonics
from picazzo3.traces.socket_wg.trace import SocketWaveguideTemplate
wg_t = SocketWaveguideTemplate(name="my_socket_wg_template1")
            cladding_width=2 * 3.0 + 0.5)

wg = wg_t(name="my_socket_waveguide1")
layout = wg.Layout(shape=[(0.0, 0.0), (10.0, 0.0)])