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Qucs

Qucs

Qucs stands for Quite Universal Circuit Simulator.

Qucs is an integrated circuit simulator which means you are able to setup a circuit with a graphical user interface (GUI) and simulate the large-signal, small-signal and noise behaviour of the circuit. After the simulation has finished you can view the simulation results on a presentation page or window.

The software aims to support all kinds of circuit simulation types, e.g. DC, AC, S-parameter and harmonic balance analysis.

 Qucs 0.0.18

Price
Free to download

Size
43.2MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Michael Margraf, Stefan Jahn

Website
qucs.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
Qt >= 3.1

Support:
Documentation, Forums, FAQ

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Easy to use graphical interface for schematic capture
  • Simulation data representation in various types of diagrams, i.e., Smith-Chart, Cartesian, Tabular, Polar, Smith-Polar combination, 3D-Cartesian, Locus Curve, Timing Diagram and Truth Table
  • Transmission line calculator
  • Filter synthesis
  • Smith-Chart tool for power and noise matching
  • Attenuator design synthesis
  • Device model and subcircuit library manager
  • Optimizer for analog designs
  • Verilog-A interface
  • Support for multiple languages (GUI) and internal help system)
  • Subcircuit (including parameters) hierarchy
  • Powerful data post-processing possible using equations
  • Symbolically defined nonlinear and linear devices
  • Documentation including
    • many useful tutorials (WorkBook)
    • reports (ReportBook)
    • technical description of the simulator

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