HSPICE

HSPICE® is the industry’s “gold standard” for accurate circuit simulation and offers foundry-certified MOS device models with state-of-the-art simulation and analysis algorithms. With extensive usage in analog/RF/mixed-signal IC design, cell and memory characterization, and chip/package/board/backplane signal integrity simulation, HSPICE is the industry’s most popular, most trusted and comprehensive circuit simulator.


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