Qucs Equation-Defined Device modelling with a Verilog-A Prototyping Platform

Brinson, Mike, Kuznetsov, Vadim and Grabinski, Wladek (2015) Qucs Equation-Defined Device modelling with a Verilog-A Prototyping Platform. In: Modeling of Systems and Parameter Extraction Working Group., 9 December 2015, 8th International MOS-AK Workshop, (co-located with the IEDM Conference and CMC Meeting) Washington DC..


Since it was first added to Qucs in 2007 Equation-Defined Device (EDD) modelling has become an established model building technique. Originally implemented as a convenient interactive method for constructing experimental compact models, today it is widely used for developing non-linear models of established and emerging technology devices.This presentation introduces a new Qucs EDD to Verilog-A compact model synthesis tool. The background, operation and application of this new Qucs feature are introduced in the presentation, together with a number example modelling cases. The synthesis tool has been released under the General Public Licence as open-source software in support of compact modelling research. It forms part of the Qucs Development Team commitment to the MOS-AK Verilog-A standardisation initiative.

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