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Implementation of interconnect simulation tools in SPICE
by Electromagnetic Communication Laboratory, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Engineering Experiment Station, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Urbana, Ill, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by H. Satsangi, J.E. Schutt-Aine.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-193619.|
|Contributions||Schutt-Aine, J. E., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
OCONNECT 10 5 20 5 INTERCONNECT This is a two-port convolution model for single-conductor lossy transmission lines. N1 and N2 are the nodes at port 1; N3 and N4 are the nodes at port 2. Note that a lossy transmission line with zero loss may be more accurate than than the lossless transmission line due to implementation details. We discuss an optoelectronic spice implementation that includes time-, power-, and wavelength-domain behaviors. Examples of optical component simulation and optical interconnect system simulation by use of spice are included and compared with the results from a conventional ray-tracing optical analysis tool. PMID: [PubMed].
SPECCTRAQuest interconnect designer is an evolution of Cadence's BoardQuest design planning environment, extending its application from concept through implementation by leveraging the SPECCTRA routing technologies from CCT. SPECCTRAQuest is built on a concurrent design methodology that merges functional and physical design abstractions. It is also an integral part of SPICE simulators, which directly affects tool performance and therefore design schedule. While the advanced 3-D technology nodes deliver superior level of scalability, simulation cost is rapidly increasing due to the computational complexity introduced by device model equations and the number of iterations.
interconnect analysis developing numerical methods and simulation software. developed noise simulation tools for Signal and The basic idea behind the implementation is that FDTD and SPICE run simultaneously exchanging data at each time step. The circuit. PLD Implementation of Half Adder Timing Simulation Must know specific device and package combination in PLD environment Both contribute to performance Simulation of physical implementation of design Logical (gate) delays Physical (interconnect) delays I/O (package input/output) delays Janu ECE A -Digital Design Principles
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Get this from a library. Implementation of interconnect simulation tools in SPICE. [H Satsangi; J E Schutt-Aine; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Implementation of interconnect simulation tools in spice.
Abstract. Accurate computer simulation of high speed digital computer circuits and communication circuits requires a multimode approach to simulate both the devices and the interconnects between devices. Classical circuit analysis algorithms (lumped parameter) are needed for circuit Author: H.
Satsangi and J. Schutt-Aine. Examples of optical component simulation and optical interconnect system simulation using SPICE are included and compared with the results from a conventional raytrace optical analysis tool.
OCIS: optical system design, optical interconnect Keywords: optical interconnects, optoelectronic modeling, SPICE, computer aided design. IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERCONNECT SIMULATION TOOLS IN SPICE by H. Satsangi J. Schutt-Aine Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Illinois W.
Green Street Urbana, IL Technical Report August Prepared for NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION NASA-Ames Research Center Moffett Field, CA For analogue circuit simulation, SPICE (Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis) is the main form of analogue circuit simulation adopted [19, 20].A range of circuit simulators based on SPICE are available for use (e.g., PSpice and HSPICE).
SPICE allows a range of circuit elements to be modeled, connected, and analyzed. We discuss an optoelectronic spice implementation that includes time- power- and wavelength-domain behaviors. Examples of optical component simulation and optical interconnect system simulation by use of spice are included and compared with the results from a conventional ray-tracing optical analysis tool.
Furthermore, a SPICE implementation of this methodology and its extension to lumped circuit elements has been recently provided . This paper extends the PC theory to the stochastic simulation. This paper presents a new, single, general dispersive coupled uniform/nonuniform transmission line model which can be used for interconnect simulation in SPICE.
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INTERCONNECT is a dedicated PIC design environment and simulator, with an extensive list of predefined elements including System Library for optical communications applications and [ ]. Similar to SPICE, INTERCONNECT is a dedicated time- and frequency-domain mixed-signal circuit simulation engine that has been expanded to address optical signal propagation within multi-mode, multi-channel components commonly found in PICs.
simulation," EMC Lab Technical Report No. December  H. Satsangi and J. Schutt-Ain6, "Implementation of Interconnect Simulation Tools in SPICE," EMC Lab technical Report No. August  K. Oh and J. Schutt-Ain6, "Efficient Modeling of Interconnects and Capacitive.
LTSpice IV is a free circuit simulator, published by Linear Technology Corp. It is a very good implementation of the "mSPICEn" programs, where the "m" and "n" have been many letters and numbers over the years since SPICE was published by U.
at Berkley, c. Reviews: simulation framework has to allow for either co-design through waveform exchange (sequential simulation) or for true co-simulation, such as in a control loop to stabilize the output frequency of an integrated laser.
Often, PIC designers find themselves redefining the same circuit in different tools for simulation and for layout implementation. Abstract: This paper discusses the possibilities of using the circuit simulation program, simulation program with integrated circuit emphasis (SPICE) for the simulation of partial element equivalent circuit (PEEC) models.
After an introduction into the PEEC method, the simulation of quasi-stationary models is considered. An enhancement of SPICE is described, allowing the simulation of retarded.
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SPICE-Based Electrothermal Simulation Methodology Based on the thermal-electrical analogy (Fig. 1) a 3-D distributed thermal circuit model has been developed using er a rectangular metal wire with thickness Inclusion of the lateral thermal resistance in the model captures the heat spreading effect and thermal coupling from nearby.
SPISim_IBIS is a browser based web app. It allows user to convert an IBIS model to corresponding spice sub-circuit then simulate with free circuit simulator such as LTSpice, NGSpice or tion output is also in open format such as format which can be viewed with free tool such as SPILite or are quite several free spice-based simulators available on line.
This paper addresses the problem of efficiently estimating the signal characteristics of any RLC network when skin effect is significant, which complicates interconnect simulation.
In this paper, a new type of moments is defined that simplifies the interconnect simulation, namely, the square root moments. Implementation of BCD counter and its testing.
Implementation of two 8-bit multiplier circuit and its testing. Simulation of CMOS Inverter using SPICE for transfer characteristic. Simulation and verification of two input CMOS NOR gate using SPICE.
Implementation and simulation of given logic function using dynamic logic. John Conway's agent-based simulation "Game of Life" was enhanced and applied to Schelling's original idea by Joshua M. Epstein and Robert Axtell in their book Growing Artificial Societies.
To demonstrate their findings on the field of agent-based simulation, a model was created and distributed with their book on. SPICE ("Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis") is a general-purpose, open-source analog electronic circuit simulator. It is a program used in integrated circuit and board-level design to check the integrity of circuit designs and to predict circuit behavior.simulation of the resulting models comes at a very high (and often unacceptable) simulation cost.
It has been highlighted in the past that SPICE  is not amenable to the simulation of interconnect-dominated structures, such as power/ground networks, clock net-works, and busses.
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