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MyAnalog Station


Circuit Editor, SPICE Netlist Extractor & Simulator

It goes through an internal process of converting Schematic Data to Netlist and automatically converts it back to SPICE-Netlist. After adding additional necessary lines to the generated SPICE-Netlist, select the desired analysis in MySPICE and simulate. You can use the Post Processor to make the simulation results easier to analyze and create nice reports. SPICE Simulation can be performed by automatically converting to Netlist.

Configure MyAnalog Station™

  • SchEd_Analoog : Schematic / Symbol Editor

  • Logic2SPICE: Extracts Standard SPICE, HSPICE, PSPICE, CDL

  • MySPICE: Analog Circuit (SPICE) Simulator

  • MyPostProcessor : Graphical Simulation Analyzer

  • SchEd_Analog : Schematic / Symbol Editor

  • Supports on-line circuit check

  • Property inheritance and passing through hierarchy

  • An easy to use and array copy

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  • Logic2SPICE: SPICE Netlist Extractor

  • Extracts Standard SPICE, HSPICE, PSPICE, CDL

  • Property Inheritance (Hierarchy)

  • MySPICE : Analog Circuit(SPICE) Simulator

  • Interactive simulation control provides the simulation results during the run

  • Plotting of device parameters during simulation

  • Supports saving/loading of graph setups

  • Provides DC, AC, Transient, Transfer Function, Pole-Zero, Noise Analysis

  • MySPICE runs on the MS Windows

  • Provides BSIM, BSIM2, BSIM3, BSIM4, Losy Transmission Lines, MOS Level 6

  • Improved DC operating point analysis with Gmin and source stepping

  • MyPostProcessor : Graphical Simulation Analyzer

  • Plotting of sums and circuit variables

  • FFT (Fast Fourier Transform)

  • Cursors to select numerical values and to calculate differences between variables

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