RF.Spice A/D 2015 Features
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- Redesigned and streamlined user interface with intuitive toolbars, menus and a convenient side panel
- Tabbed workspace to keep a project's documents all in one window
- 25,000 digital, analog and RF parts including hundreds of realistic behavioral models for resistors, inductors and capacitors
- New Parts Browser with customizable Parts Palette
- Quick and easy schematic entry using a large set of keyboard shortcuts for generic parts and a versatile wiring tool
- Featuring Berkeley Spice 3F5 and Georgia Tech XSpice simulation engines
- Extension of standard SPICE transmission line models to T-Line devices for RF analysis
- New frequency-domain multiport capability
- Multiple level tests: Multivariable sweeps or Monte Carlo sweeps for all test types
- Two-port networks with S parameter models as functions of frequency
- A large variety of sources and excitation waveforms, including sine, square and triangle waves, single-tone modulated signals, nonlinear dependent sources and arbitrary waveforms defined through mathematical expressions
- A large selection of active device models (diode, BJTs, FETs, MOSFETs, MESFETS, operational amplifiers, etc.) with no less than six distinct MOSFET models including BSIM3 and BSIM4
- One-ports, two-ports, three-ports, four-ports, complex impedance, and other S-parameter-based devices
- Import high frequency models of capacitors, inductors, diodes, BJTs, JFETs, MOSFETs, MESFETs, from simple text files
- Ten types of physical transmission line models including microstrip, stripline, coplanar waveguide, coaxial lines, etc.
- A large variety of RF generic components such as Wilkinson power divider, branchline and rat-race hybrid couples, etc. as well as physical line discontinuities
- A large number of virtual blocks representing black-box system behaviors
- Powerful Device Editor with integrated Symbol Editor
- Unlimited user-defined parameterized subcircuit models
- Create a part from any circuit and package it as a reusable database device
- Import and manage external parts libraries
- Extensive graphing utilities with complete control over all aspects of the graph
- Real and complex data plots (Mag/Phase or Re/Im) and Smith chart
- Circuit visualization/animation displays the actual current flow through a circuit and relative voltage relationships by varying the wires’ display color.
- Cross probing interactively updates the graph as you add or move the probes around the circuit.
- A Pentium class or later processor
- 256Mb RAM minimum
- Windows 8 recommended but fully compatible with Windows 7