San Francisco--July 23, 1998--CAD-Migos Software Tools, Inc. (Redwood City, Calif.)announced two new feature enhancements to their flagship product, Spice-Itfor Windows.
The foundry-supported primitive model, BSIM3 v3.2, using the recentlydeveloped code from the University of California-Berkeley, is now supportedfor both netlist-based and schematic-driven simulations.
The model feature improvements as defined by UC-Berkeley include: original and accurate charge thickness capacitance model; improved parameter checking prior to simulation; improved diode modeling; channel-width and length dependence parameters; and improved substrate current scalability.
In addition, Spice-It now supports syntax-sensitive text editing for Spicenetlists making the task of editing custom, imported netlists simpler andeasier. The system automatically displays numerical values, keywords,comments, and other sensitive data values in different highlighted colors,making the task of editing netlists simpler and less error-prone.
CAD-Migos Software Tools, Inc.
Redwood City, CA
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