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boz

Post subject: circuit simulations (i.e. Spice) on Linux machines

Unread postPosted: Fri Jul 30, 2004 12:38 pm

I'm running a Linux OS (Red Hat 9) and i can't find circuit software that's compatible. Any suggestions?

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Vuk Borich

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Unread postPosted: Fri Jul 30, 2004 1:00 pm

Many vendors on the Spice side offer linux-based sofware. If you are looking for free software, you should be able to compile Berkeley Spice on linux.

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Guest

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Unread postPosted: Fri Jul 30, 2004 5:02 pm

Partition part of your computer to run Windows, and then use all the available software.

:smt043 :smt043 :smt043 :smt043

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Michael

Post subject: Check out the Signal Integrity forum on Yahoo

Unread postPosted: Thu Aug 05, 2004 1:22 pm

Good day. On the Signal Integrity forum on Yahoo there was a discussion about the very subject.

One of the people suggested that there is a SPICE version available through Linear Technology that will work on Linux. They stated that there is a discussion board (on the Linear Technology website) that talks about this exact situation

Good luck.

Michael

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Guest

Post subject: Re: circuit simulations (i.e. Spice) on Linux machines

Unread postPosted: Thu Aug 12, 2004 12:01 am

boz wrote:

I'm running a Linux OS (Red Hat 9) and i can't find circuit software that's compatible. Any suggestions?

Try Xpedion's simulator Goldengate. It is particularly designed for RFIC design.

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Guest

Post subject: Re: circuit simulations (i.e. Spice) on Linux machines

Unread postPosted: Thu Aug 12, 2004 12:02 am

boz wrote:

I'm running a Linux OS (Red Hat 9) and i can't find circuit software that's compatible. Any suggestions?

Try Xpedion's simulator Goldengate. It is particularly designed for RFIC design.

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Guest

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Unread postPosted: Mon Sep 27, 2004 12:35 pm

Check out www.opencollector.org - there are several Free/Open Source Software packages available for Linux. Don't necessarily stop at the first one though - some projects are much more active than others.

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