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Author Tuma, Tadej.
Title Circuit simulation with SPICE OPUS : theory and practice / Tadej Tuma, Arpad Burmen.
Imprint Boston : Birkhauser, 2009.

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Author Tuma, Tadej.
Series Modeling and simulation in science, engineering & technology
Modeling and simulation in science, engineering & technology.
Subject SPICE (Computer file)
Linear integrated circuits.
Electronic circuits -- Computer simulation.
Alt Name Bűrmen, Árpád.
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 399 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 387-389) and index.
Contents Introduction to circuit simulation -- Short tutorial -- Input file syntax -- Analyzing the circuit -- NUTMEG scripting language -- Mathematical background -- Examples.
Summary This book is the first complete guide to analog circuit design using the circuit simulator software package SPICE OPUS. Developed by the authors and used by academics and industry professionals worldwide, SPICE OPUS is an improved version of the well-known University of California at Berkeley circuit simulator SPICE3 that has been freely available online since 2000. Aimed at novices as well as professional circuit designers, the book is a unique combination of a basic guide to general analog circuit simulation and a SPICE OPUS software manual. All simulations as well as the free simulator software may be directly downloaded from the SPICE OPUS homepage: The book is divided into three parts: * Theory (Chapters 1 and 6): Includes a discussion of basic mathematical notions of circuit analysis, followed by specific algorithms implemented in SPICE OPUS. * Crash course (Chapters 2 and 7): Begins with a short installation guide and then moves quickly through a typical circuit simulation scenario, based on a simple example. The reader with some fundamentals in electrical engineering may continue with a number of complete simulation sessions presented in Chapter 7. * Reference guide (Chapters 3, 4, and 5): Describes all features of SPICE OPUS in a well-structured, methodical way, starting with input file syntax, followed by circuit analysis methods and the built-in scripting language (NUTMEG). Circuit Simulation with SPICE OPUS is intended for a wide audience of undergraduate and graduate students, researchers, and practitioners in electrical and systems engineering, circuit design, and simulation development. The book may be used as a textbook for an advanced undergraduate or graduate course on circuit simulation as well as a self-study reference guide for students and researchers alike.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780817648671
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-0-8176-4867-1
OCLC # 432709328
Additional Format Print version: Circuit Simulation With Spice Opus. Birkhauser 2009 9780817648664 (OCoLC)310401021

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