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tool for mixed signal simulation

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which one is the best tool fro mixed signal simulations and has anyone used tools by neolinear????? what do u think about them???
 

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cadence's hsim probably is the most popular tools for mixed-signal simulation although I don't know it's the best or not
 

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nxing said:
cadence's hsim probably is the most popular tools for mixed-signal simulation although I don't know it's the best or not

the hsim is original from nassda, now it is merged by synopsys, the cadence's fast spice tools is ultrasim from original celestry. :)
 

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engrvip said:
which one is the best tool fro mixed signal simulations and has anyone used tools by neolinear????? what do u think about them???

what is neolinear?
thanks!
 

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i think vhdl analog and mixed signal modelling --systemvision from mentor graphics.

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