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    hi fellow edaboarders,

    i'm searching for the best spice simulator in linux.

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    linux spice

    http://www.linear.com/designtools/software/#Spice

    LTSpice is by far the best free simulator, and runs perfectly on Linux through Wine.



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    linux spice simulator

    anything under ubuntu or fedora?



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    Hi,

    Is LTSpice suitable to use for integrated circuit simulation like 0.35um spice model?

    Thanks for reply inadvance !
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    spice simulator linux

    Quote Originally Posted by sunjimmy
    Hi,

    Is LTSpice suitable to use for integrated circuit simulation like 0.35um spice model?

    Thanks for reply inadvance !
    sunjimmy
    It can use this MOS models:


    level model

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    1 Shichman-Hodges



    2 MOS2(see A. Vladimirescu and S. Liu, The Simulation of MOS Integrated Circuits Using SPICE2, ERL Memo No. M80/7, Electronics Research Laboratory University of California, Berkeley, October 1980)



    3 MOS3, a semi-empirical model(see reference for level 2)


    4 BSIM (see B. J. Sheu, D. L. Scharfetter, and P. K. Ko, SPICE2 Implementation of BSIM. ERL Memo No. ERL M85/42, Electronics Research Laboratory University of California, Berkeley, May 1985)



    5 BSIM2 (see Min-Chie Jeng, Design and Modeling of Deep-Submicrometer MOSFETs ERL Memo Nos. ERL M90/90, Electronics Research Laboratory University of California, Berkeley, October 1990)



    6 MOS6 (see T. Sakurai and A. R. Newton, A Simple MOSFET Model for Circuit Analysis and its application to CMOS gate delay analysis and series-connected MOSFET Structure, ERL Memo No. ERL M90/19, Electronics Research Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, March 1990)



    8 BSIM3v3.3.0 from University of California, Berkeley as of July 29, 2005



    9 BSIMSOI3.2 (Silicon on insulator) from the BSIM Research Group of the University of California, Berkeley, February 2004.



    12 EKV 2.6 based on code from Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne. See http://legwww.epfl.ch/ekv and "The EPFL-EKV MOSFET Model Equations for Simulation, Version 2.6", M. Bucher, C. Lallement, F. Theodoloz, C. Enz, F. Krummenacher, EPFL-DE-LEG, June 1997.



    14 BSIM4.6.1 from the University of California, Berkeley BSIM Research Group, May 18, 2007.



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