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Hi, I was trying to integrate ngspice with electric vlsi tool for starting off with analog ciruits. This is what I did: 1. Installed both electric and ngspice on my ubuntu 16.04. 2. In electric, File -> Preferences -> Tools -> SPICE/CDL, changed spice engine to 'spice3', level to '3', parasitics to 'conservative RC', spice primitive set
How to find the value of beta = (mu*Cox)(W/L)/2 of MOSFET in ngspice? Is there any command that displays that? The show command displays many parameters but doesnt display beta's value. Is there any other way by which we can find accurate value? Here is my model file: .MODEL NMOS NMOS LEVEL = 49 +VERSION = 3.1 TNOM = 27 TOX = 5.8E-9 +
I use ngspice because it contains analog, digital and mixed signal simulation. You can use kicad to generate netlists too.
Sorry, I don't use gspiceui/ngspice - I just ran the netlists through SIMetrix. Keith
WeSpice is a powerful and flexible electronic circuit design suite for everybody - professionals and hobbyists alike. The simulation engine is ngspice, running locally on your tablet. Free demo available. Check it out at:
I am using NG Spice for simulating a current mirror circuit. In the circuit the MOSFET through which Iout flows has drain left open. How can i simulate the circuit and view the output current vs voltage graph..? Can i simulate improved Wilson current mirrors in NG Spice. If not, please suggest any other open source tool for simulation. The circuit
Hi, I am trying to simulate a transmission line in ngspice but it doesn't seem to give me the expected results. I have a 2.3GHz ideal source with a 50 ohm internal resistance connected to one end of the transmission line. At the other end I terminate the transmission line at a 50 ohm load. The characteristic impedance is 50 ohm. The simulatio
AFAIK Multisim uses XSPICE, which is derived from SPICE3 from UC Berkeley. The ngspice from Open EDA tools has incorporate XSPICE commands to provide event-driven simulation. XSPICE is originated from Georgia Tech. Both HSPICE and PSPICE are derived from SPICE2 program in the 90's. The companies (Avanti (now Synopsys) for HSPICE and MicroSim (now
Ubuntu has a host of free simulation tools- ngspice, KICAd, and apart from these there are lot of tools on Smith Chart, Transmission line calculation, Timing analysis etc.,
feeding sound input as a source is possible in ngspice. it is available as a patch for ngspice code. see: oss:spicesound:start
I have never used qucs but ngspice is a good simulation tool for linux. On the other hand, if you are not limited by operating system; try LTspice. It only runs on windows, good tool from Linear and has no limitation.
ngspice-PPC is a port of ngspice rework-17 to ARM based, Windows Mobile powered, Pocket PC's. ngspice is a mixed-level/mixed-signal circuit simulator. It's code is based on three open source software packages: Spice3f5, Cider1b1 and Xspice The ngspice homepage can be found at ngspice.source
Hi All, I am using ngspice for simulation in my project. Since I tried in vain to set the SpectreS in Cadence, I would like to get help from anyone of you in simulating my circuit in your simulator. Specifically, if you can work on SpectreS/HSPICE/(whatever) as stand-alone. Let me know who can do it. Also I would like the person to get back
Hi I think ng-spice is fine. It its the revision of spice 3f5 with many added features. 1. I am looking for windows pre-compiled version of ng-spice rework. * -> t tnx