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Is there a Linux circuit simulator?

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Is there any useful circuit simulator for Linux?Something like Pspice,GUI is not required.
 

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Of course, Hsp1ce for linux is very useful.
BTW, IC5 is also available for your requirement.
 

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There is a list of circuit simulators that run under Linux at:

http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/apps/circuits/!INDEX.html

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Thanks a lot!
I have one more quiestion:
Why the magic word "download" is not to be found on Synopsys website?How could one acquire at least a demo version?Suppose Hspice is not under GPL...
 

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Are there any circuit simulators for Linux which can be interfaced with I.C. 5.0 ?


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Hspice can interface with ic5.0, i think other also can
connect with ic5.0.
 

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Hi, xworld2008,

Can Verilog Simulator for Linux be interfaced with I.C 5.0, too ?



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Hi, all:
Which version of Hspice for Linux can be interfaced with I.C. 5.0 ?
 

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sunny656 said:
Hi, xworld2008,

Can Verilog Simulator for Linux be interfaced with I.C 5.0, too ?



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You can use the verilog simulator from Cadence--ldv5.*.
Ldv5* has version for linux also.
 

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sunny656 said:
Hi, all:
Which version of Hspice for Linux can be interfaced with I.C. 5.0 ?
You can try the version 2002 or the newer one.
 

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I prepare Modelsim for VHDL and NC Verilog for Verilog.
 

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You're right. There is no GPL version of HSpice nor a demo.

In order to download HSpice or any ther tools from Synopsys, you have to sign in into Solvenet.
 

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Ic 5.0 and newer supprot a lot of simulators. However, you must have the interface licencse. i use in linux always the newest version of hspice and get no problem.
BTW, picasso (synopsys), hsim (Nassda --> one of my favorite tools) are supported!
 

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