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"simulation" references for the Electrical Engineer
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EE 5/411 CMOS Analog IC Design Webcast Description: Pre-recorded CMOS Analog IC Design Course from Boise State University, taught by Jake Baker. This is a full college course (27 lectures) on the subject. All lectures available in video format, with accompanying PDFs showing whiteboard drawings by Mr. Baker.
EE 615 CMOS Mixed-Signal IC Design Webcast Description: Pre-recorded CMOS Mixed-Signal Design Course from Boise State University, taught by Jake Baker. This is a full college course (27 lectures) on the subject. All lectures available in video format, with accompanying PDFs showing lecture drawings by Mr. Baker.
Project Veripage Web-Site Description: Web site with a variety of resources for Verilog and System Verilog users.
International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors Specification Description: "The International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors, known throughout the world as the ITRS, is the fifteen-year assessment of the semiconductor industry's future technology requirements."
OpenVera Specification Description: Synopsys has put their Vera Assertions language into the public domain as OpenVera Assertions, which they describe as "a high-level verification language that enables an assertion-based methodology for improving verification productivity, and is supported by a library of reusable IP." This is the OpenVera website.
Introduction to RF Simulation and its Application White Paper Description: This 47 page whitepaper introduction states: "This paper is an introduction to RF simulation methods and how they are applied to make common RF measurements. It describes the unique characteristics of RF circuits, the methods developed to simulate these circuits, and the application of these methods."
Have your cake and eat it: the future of simulation and verification Article Description: ""As 90nm and 65nm designs become mainstream, engineers face the onerous task of simulating and verifying larger designs within rapidly shortening design cycles. As a result, next generation Fast-SPICE simulators will need to incorporate a range of radical approaches.
Application-Specific Integrated Circuits Book Description: This text (offered online by edatoolscafe.com) covers the basics of ASIC technologies.
Designing Analog Chips Book Description: The associated web site provides this synopsys: "A comprehensive introduction to CMOS and bipolar analog IC design. The book presumes no prior knowledge of linear design, making it comprehensible to engineers with a non-analog background. The emphasis is on practical design, covering the entire field with hundreds of examples to explain the choices. Concepts are presented following the history of their discovery. "
Energy Efficient Design for Deep Sub-micron CMOS VLSIs Book Description: The abstract of this 2005 PhD Thesis from the University of Waterloo begins "Over the past decade, low power, energy efficient VLSI design has been the focal point of active research and development. The rapid technology scaling, the growing integration capacity, and the mounting active and leakage power dissipation are contributing to the growing complexity of modern VLSI design. Careful power planning on all design levels is required. This dissertation tackles the low-power, low-energy challenges in deep sub-micron technologies on the architecture and circuit levels."
Two Volume Set: Electromechanics & Electrical Machines and Systems Book Description: "Electromechanics" and "Electrical Machines and Systems" by J.D. Edwards are available for free download from the Infolytica web site. The author describes these as "course notes" for 1st and 2nd year courses. We would describe them as two brief (72 and 85 pages respectively), VERY well written, textbooks on Electromechanics. Material is densely packed, but well organized and clearly illustrated. Very well done Mr. Edwards!

"simulation" related tools for the Electrical Engineer
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NI Multisim Analog Devices Edition Spice Simulator Description: Analog Devices is offering a free version of National Instruments Multisim SPICE tool which is tailored for evaluating ADI devices. More than 1000 component models are included.
CircuitLogix Schematic design & simulation Description: CircuitLogix is a Spice-based simulation package that appears to be targeted at the educational marketplace. A free student version is can be downloaded by students for use on their own machines. See the CircuitLogix web site for license restrictions.
GreenSocs ESL Effort Open Source ESL Description: The GreenSocs web site provides collaboratively developed, peer reviewed, ESL interfaces and infrastructure. Contents include GreenBus ("a versatile SystemC framework with which to model busses") and associated Spirit generator, DUST analysis framework for SystemC, a SystemC parser, and more.
MagNet & ElecNet Electromagnetic and electric field simulation Description: Infolytica offers trial versions of its MagNet and ElecNet tools. Unlike a lot of trial software, these come with a reasonable duration license (the version of MagNet we downloaded had a license file good through August 2008 - a full nine months away), and some nifty features. The MagNet trial does static electromagnetic field simulations. ElecNet does electric field simulation.
OMNet++ Discrete Event Simulation System Description: "OMNeT++ is a public-source, component-based, modular and open-architecture simulation environment with strong GUI support and an embeddable simulation kernel. Its primary application area is the simulation of communication networks and because of its generic and flexible architecture, it has been successfully used in other areas like the simulation of IT systems, queueing networks, hardware architectures and business processes as well. "
Quartus II Web Edition Software from Altera CPLD & FPGA Design Software Description: Like many vendors, Altera has both free and subscription versions of their design software available. Check their online comparison chart to see if the free version will suit your needs.
SpecC Reference Compiler Compiler/Simulator Description: Offered by the University of California, Irvine, Center for Embedded Computer Systems, "The SpecC Reference Compiler (SCRC) is an Open Source implementation of a compiler and simulator for the SpecC language."

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