AIM-Spice


Posted on Jun 24, 2012

SPICE is the most commonly used analog circuit simulator today and is enormously important for the electronics industry. SPICE is a general purpose analog simulator which contains models for most circuit elements and can handle complex nonlinear circuits. AIM-Spice is a new version of SPICE running under the Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. AIM-Spice for Windows is capable of displaying graphically the results of a simulation in progress, a feature that allows the operator to terminate a run based on an instant information on intermediate simulation results.


AIM-Spice
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The simulator was developed at the University of California, Berkeley, and was first released in 1972. Many scientists at Berkeley and other institutions contributed to the development and improvement in subsequent versions of SPICE. In 1975, Nagel descri




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