From: Fred Balistreri (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jan 21 2000 - 16:19:29 PST
Hello Jim, the answer is no. Not even Hspice will do that if the
parts are from different vendors that use different modeling
methodologies. Hspice also uses propietary models, those
cannot be done by law. However the levels that are public
are compatible. That is one of the reasons why I said I
understand why people use Hspice.
However realize that Hspice is designed for IC not SI
engineers. Where as Aspice is designed for SI engineers.
The advantages we have are not in the IC areas but rather
in the SI area. I realize that transistor level model do play
an important role and for that we do have a solution although
it may not be as "clean" as one would like.
Jim Freeman wrote:
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