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Verilog-AMS simulator in Windows envir.

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Hello,

Is there some AMS simulators (running on Windows) with full Verilog-A, Verilog-AMS syntax support.
Some years ago I tried Smash and ADS Agilent, but at that moment they had only restricted Verilog-A, Verilog-AMS syntax support.

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Pavel.
 

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Hi Pavel,

I run on a 64 bit windows 7 machine. I have been using Tanner's T-Sim for the last few years which seems to work fine with Verilog-A, but they only recently started to work with another company to offer Verilog-AMS/HDL and VHDL support for real mixed-mode simulation (offered mid 2012?). I'm about to try out Dolphin SMASH, which claims to support all you mentioned and also runs on windows 64 bit architecture.

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