Advanced Systems Analysis Program

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Advanced Systems Analysis Program
ASAP Logo.png
Stable release 2010 Version 1, Release 1 / December 10, 2010
Development status Maintained
Operating system Windows
Type CAD Software
License Proprietary. Copyright(c) 1982-2010, Breault Research Organization, Inc.

The Advanced Systems Analysis Program (ASAP) is optical engineering software used to simulate optical systems. ASAP can handle coherent as well as incoherent light sources. It is a non-sequential ray tracing tool which means that it can be used not only to analyze lens systems but also for stray light analysis. It uses a Gaussian beam approximation for analysis of coherent sources.

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Example of ASAP output

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