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    hspice waveform viewer

    anyone knows a good waveform view for digital + analog stuff under linux?

    i'm used to awaves but it doesn't seem to work or support under linux. cosmoscope from synopsys is a replacement but it often crashed. anyone got coscomscope to work okay?
    thanks

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    linux waveform viewer hspice

    Try gwave .. its a gnu freeware utility for Hspice
    waveform viewing ..



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    waveform viewer hspice

    Quote Originally Posted by ee171
    anyone knows a good waveform view for digital + analog stuff under linux?

    i'm used to awaves but it doesn't seem to work or support under linux. cosmoscope from synopsys is a replacement but it often crashed. anyone got coscomscope to work okay?
    thanks
    I run it under Windows and it works well and powerfully:D



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    waveform viewer hspice awaves

    sandwork spice explorer was a good one (now it has been bought by synopsys). The ADC Toolbox made certain measurements simpler.



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    synopsys hspice view waveform

    Try Cosmoscope (from synopsys), i worked in Linux environment it is very user friendly and includes many measurement options.....



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    +analog +waveform +windows +viewer +freeware

    Try EasyWave. Its wonderfull.



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    hspice wave viewer

    me work in cadence
    but icant find ramp signal to i/p to my design
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