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tools and languages for AMS design

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sawaak

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Hi,
what tools and languages are best for AMS design??
VHDL-AMS is a IEEE standard but verilog-AMS is not, can i infer that VHDL-AMS is more popular and powerfull than Verilog-AMS??? 8O

thanks
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From tool supporting view, it seems more tool supported the verilog-AMS than VHDL-AMS. Another
view, right now the spice +verilog-A + HDL simulation environment is more popular. Maybe it is also a good solution to do the Analog Mixed-Signal simulation.
 

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cadence , verilog-AMS , VCS can do it.
 

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VHDL-AMS is a standardized language which supports the modeling and simulation of digital, analog and mixed analog/digital (mixed-signal) systems.

The language is powerful and flexible. Beyond simulations in the electrical domain, VHDL-AMS can equally well be used to model mechanical, thermal and hydraulical components.

This page provides documents and links for those who want to learn more about the usage of VHDL-AMS for physical modeling.

**broken link removed**
 

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VHDL-AMS and Verilog-ASM are the needs for you.
 

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hi,
i think modelsim can support vhdl ams.

with regards,
kul.
 

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