Qucs is a integrated circuit simulator for rapid development of analog and digital circuits and wide range of simulations.
DC, AC, S-parameter, noise and transient analysis are supported, mathematical equations and use of a subcircuit hierarchy are available. Digital circuit models and
... [More] simulations are supported thanks to integration with FreeHDL and Icarus Verilog.
Output is may be presented with wide variety of graph and tabular charts.
The package consists of two utilities:
Qucs, elegant and powerfull GUI for designing and simulating circuits, with point-and-click interface, based on Qt® by Digia®.
Qucsator, a command line circuit simulator. It takes a network list in a certain format as input and outputs a Qucs dataset. May also be used by applications other than [Less]
We are trying to build a library which will be capable of simulating all the hardware available in the market. It will boost the research and development in the field of electronics and scientific computing.
A SPICE-like electronic circuit simulator and library written in Python.
- Operating point, with guess computation to speed up the solution.
- DC analysis.
- AC analysis.
- Transient analysis, available differentiation formulas: implicit Euler
... [More], trapezoidal, gear orders from 2 to 5
- Periodic steady state analysis of non-autonomous circuits, time domain shooting and brute-force algorithms.
- small signal analysis
- extraction of transfer functions and singularities [Less]
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