Sunday, October 12, 2014
Berkeley Design Automation - Analog and RF SPICE (wayback)
(Update - BDA now part of Mentor Graphics)
Analog FastSPICE is based on Precision Circuit Analysis technology. This technology is a proprietary combination of innovative applied mathematics and optimized numerical analysis.
Analog FastSPICE AFS Mentor Graphics
The Analog FastSPICE (AFS) Platform is the world’s fastest nanometer circuit verification platform for analog, RF, mixed-signal, and custom digital circuits.
For silicon-accurate characterization it includes the industry's only comprehensive full-spectrum device noise analysis and a high-productivity Analog Characterization Environment.
Monday, August 22, 2011
A Schematic Editor with Active Simulator oriented towards RF and Communication Circuits. Good support for Power Electronic Devices and Circuits like IGBT and Mosfet.
"The multi-page hierarchical schematic editor makes it easy to sketch a circuit. Once a circuit is created, you can do a transient, AC, DC, transfer function, sensitivity, or distortion with a simple command."
Micro-Cap 10 is an integrated schematic editor and mixed analog/digital simulator that provides an interactive sketch and simulate environment for electronics engineers.
Animation lets objects change their display or respond to user clicks during a simulation. In this mode, a single analysis time step is taken and the schematic displays and animate devices are updated on the schematic. The animation components can also be used in a Dynamic DC analysis.
|From Design Gopher - Electronic Product Development|
1021 South Wolfe Road. Suite 130. Sunnyvale, CA 94086-8874
Monday, July 05, 2010
Intusoft - Analog and Mixed-Signal Circuit Design Tools
Established in 1985, Intusoft designs and markets today's leading analog and mixed-signal design automation tools, backing each product with the industry's most extensive service and support program.
Magnetics Designer is a standalone software program for Windows that designs all types of layer (and sector/split bobbin) wound transformers and inductors, and generates a corresponding SPICE model. Magnetics Designer produces a complete transformer or inductor design based upon electrical specifications, including a winding sheet report and a SPICE-compatible model with parasitics.
2500 Via Cabrillo Marina, Suite 304 San Pedro, CA 90731 USA
Wednesday, April 07, 2010
McCAD modules take the designer through the complete design cycle: Schematic capture, Simulation (analog & digital), Printed Circuit Board layout, Autorouting and Gerber generation for board fabrication.
- Schematic Capture
- Analog/Digital Simulation
- Printed Circuit Design
- Gerber Translation & other utilities
McCAD 3-SPICE based on the latest version (3F5) of Berkeley's SPICE 3 and permits interactive mixed mode circuit simulation.
Friday, March 12, 2010
Mental Automation, developers of SuperCAD, SuperPCB, mentalSPICE, mentalMAX, and other related products. Tools to quickly and easily design, simulate and analyze electronic circuits.
"mentalSPICE is a simple yet powerful analog simulator that enables analysis of circuits using a personal computer. The Mental Automation Spice package works directly with SuperCAD, using the Oscilloscope display window for output. For static measurements, virtual voltmeters and ammeters are also provided."
- Complete Berkeley Spice compatible inputs and outputs
- Full AC, DC, and transient analyses
- Noise, Fourier, Transfer function, and Pole-Zero analyses
- Built-in models for all common discrete analog devices
- Support for external libraries
- Temperature effects modeling
Saturday, May 09, 2009
Automatic Integrated Circuit Modeling Spice (AIM-Spice) is a version of SPICE, the most popular analog circuit simulator.
AIM-Spice is a new version of SPICE running under the Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. AIM-Spice for Windows is capable of displaying graphically the results of a simulation in progress, a feature that allows the operator to terminate a run based on an instant information on intermediate simulation results.
SPICE - The simulator was developed at the University of California, Berkeley, and was first released in 1972. Many scientists at Berkeley and other institutions contributed to the development and improvement in subsequent versions of SPICE.
Tuesday, February 03, 2009
"Based in Leuven, Belgium, AnSem is a fabless IC design house founded in 1998 specializing in the development of the most advanced analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits for RF CMOS, high-speed data communication, data acquisition and ultra low-power & low-voltage applications..."
Some advanced ASICs and IPs of Ansem for:
- RF CMOS
- High-speed data communication
- Ultra low-power & low-voltage applications
Highlights of design
12-bit High Speed DAC and ADC featuring up/down sampling FIR filter.
High linear, low-noise VGA including offset calibration and programmable filtering.
Synthesizer with 3.2GHz VCO and CML dividers to generate low-jitter clocks from 50Msps to 400Msps.
Tuesday, December 09, 2008
- B² Spice and RIAA Preamps By John Broskie
- DC Uninterruped Power Supply by Mike Rooke
- Stepper Motor Circuit by Mike Rooke
- Polyphase AC source - by Harvey Morehouse
- Simple Nonlinear Inductor Modeling by Harvey Morehouse
- Simple Mechanical DC Relays by Harvey Morehouse
- SMPS modeling by Harvey Morehouse
B2 Spice v5
The latest version of the popular and powerful mixed mode simulator builds upon B2 Spice A/D v4's powerful capabilities to reach new standards in ease-of-use, power, and capabilities.
B2 Spice A/D v4
The predecessor to our latest program, B2 Spice v5
A fully featured mixed mode simulator that builds upon B2 Spice A/D 2000's ease of use and adds its own powerful and innovative features to make it the simulator of choice for power SPICE users.