RF - should I choose HSpice or PSpice

Discussion in 'Electronics Resources' started by Rainier Azucena, Jan 30, 2016.

  1. Rainier Azucena

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    I need very accurate simulations of MOSFETs in RF range (several GHz). For an electronics student that has only worked with LTSpice (but has a good software background, if that helps); how hard will it be to do the same analysis in HSpice? I've only started working with it and I find that there are so many options that I seem to have to learn. Is there a way to do away with all that and only deal with the most general options or intuitively interface with it?

    I'm starting to realize that I probably should've gone with OrCAD PSpice, if I hadn't read that HSpice is better in RF.
     
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  3. Rainier Azucena

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    Of all the choices you've put above, I think I'm leaning more to Advanced Design System by Agilent. They seem to be a pretty good company with a good balance in technicality and good interface. I might just go with it.
     
  4. Rainier Azucena

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    Well, Agilent hasn't gotten back on me on my free trial license.... I wanna finish the setup tonight, so I guess I'll be headed on to finding the crack instead.
     
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