Gnucap is the Gnu Circuit Analysis Package
The primary component is a general purpose circuit simulator. It performs nonlinear dc and transient analyses, fourier analysis, and ac analysis. Spice compatible models for the MOSFET (level 1-7), BJT, and diode are included in this release.
Gnucap is not based on Spice, but some of the models have been derived from the Berkeley models.
Unlike Spice, the engine is designed to do true mixed-mode simulation. Most of the code is in place for future support of event driven analog simulation, and true multi-rate simulation.
Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)
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|gnucap-0.34-debian.patch||0000007991 7.8 KB||almost 10 years|
|gnucap-0.35-gcc43.patch||0000003676 3.59 KB||almost 14 years|
|gnucap-0.35-gcc6.patch||0000000734 734 Bytes||almost 6 years|
|gnucap-0.35.tar.bz2||0000876263 856 KB||almost 14 years|
|gnucap-docpath.patch||0000001614 1.58 KB||almost 10 years|
|gnucap-fix_runall.patch||0000000805 805 Bytes||almost 10 years|
|gnucap-modelgen.1||0000000375 375 Bytes||almost 10 years|
|gnucap.changes||0000001003 1003 Bytes||almost 6 years|
|gnucap.spec||0000003173 3.1 KB||almost 6 years|