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Visually appealing simulations of the ultrafast response of an integrated-optics spectrometer reveal how interference occurs inside of the device and before the light arrives to the external measurement instrument. The device was especially designed for having no more than one pulse at a time in the common path of the spectrometer. Simulations are in excellent agreement with recent experiments involving arrayed waveguide grating pulse shapers.