Analog Circuit Designing(Spice Simulation)

Priganik Training & Research Centre
In Jaipur

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  • Certificate
  • Jaipur
  • Duration:
    2 Months
  • When:
    Flexible
Description

Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis, or SPICE, has been used for over thirty years. The original implementation of SPICE was developed at the University of California Berkeley campus in the late 1960s. SPICE was developed largely as a derivative of CANCER (Computer Analysis of Nonlinear Circuits, Excluding Radiation) also developed by UC Berkeley.

The first widely used version of SPICE was announced in Waterloo, Canada in 1973. Shortly thereafter SPICE was adopted by nearly all major engineering institutions throughout North America. SPICE has evolved into the academic and industry standard for analog and mixed-mode circuit simulation.

Over the years additional simulation algorithms, component models, bug fixes, and capabilities were added to the program. Even today SPICE is still the most widely used circuit simulator in the world and as of 2006 the latest version is SPICE 3F5.

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Jaipur
20, Rishi Colony, Paras Sarees Lane, Gatta, Tonk Phatak, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

Basic knowledge of electronics & computer

What you'll learn on the course

Analog
Circuit Designing
Spice Simulation

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Priganik Technologies
Priganik Technologies
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Course programme

  • Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis, or SPICE, has been used for over thirty years. The original implementation of SPICE was developed at the University of California Berkeley campus in the late 1960s. SPICE was developed largely as a derivative of CANCER (Computer Analysis of Nonlinear Circuits, Excluding Radiation) also developed by UC Berkeley.

    The first widely used version of SPICE was announced in Waterloo, Canada in 1973. Shortly thereafter SPICE was adopted by nearly all major engineering institutions throughout North America. SPICE has evolved into the academic and industry standard for analog and mixed-mode circuit simulation.

    Over the years additional simulation algorithms, component models, bug fixes, and capabilities were added to the program. Even today SPICE is still the most widely used circuit simulator in the world and as of 2006 the latest version is SPICE 3F5.

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