[eispice] Re: GitHub Repository

  • From: Nick Waite <lovebrub@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: eispice@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 7 Jul 2012 09:36:41 -0400

Thank you for keeping up the work on eispice!

I just downloaded the Git repository and am happy to report that,
after much convolution and woe involving gfortran, I was able to
compile and successfully run it on a mac with 64-bit python

This is very exciting. I will shortly begin trying to attach an
optimizer for some automatic circuit optimization.

Before eispice can really do some useful circuit design work, though,
it needs some active devices like mosfets and bipolar transistors.

How hard do you think it would be to take the BSIM3 code (available
here: http://www-device.eecs.berkeley.edu/bsim/?page=BSIM3_LR) and
interface it with the eispice code? Would it require a whole rewrite?
I feel like it would save a lot of work to have a "spice model
interface layer" that, say, replaced "spice.h" and using #defines and
some shim functions allows you to directly drop in spice models
without much change. Is this possible?
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