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SPICE: Practical Device Modeling [Hardcover]

Ron Kielkowski
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SPICE circuit simulation has become an important tool for electronic designers. This book shows how to develop practical device models for SPICE simulation through step-by-step procedures illustrated in the text.

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As circuit complexity increases and design cycle time decreases, computer simulation of electronic circuits plays an increasingly important role in the design of electronics. Read the first page
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent book on spice modeling Jan. 23 2002
I have been a SPICE user for a few years, but have never really known much about it beyond what it does. I needed to model a new device, and started looking for a program to do so. After i discovered the extreamly high cost, i decided to buy this book. The book is well laid out, with a nice focus on practical work. It doesn't talk about the general's of SPICE, so you may want to try his other book as well. However I found the book to be extreamly useful, and the book is well-written so I found that I didn't need another (intro to SPICE) book to figure out the syntax of SPICE. There are several examples you can study, so probably you could figure it out from them.
The only problem is that sometimes the author refers you to using expensive equipment to measure a real devics parameters. However you do not need this, and the book shows you how to get the required information off of a datasheet. The book's pretty expensive, but nice. Make sure you check out the sample chapters to decide if the books for you!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good book for experienced Spice users. Nov. 2 1999
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The book is quite good for experienced spice users. I have used the software off and on for years, but found the information in the book to be an eye opener with regard to new approaches to using the product. The other Kielkowski book is more appropriate for beginning users.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good book for experienced Spice users. Nov. 2 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
The book is quite good for experienced spice users. I have used the software off and on for years, but found the information in the book to be an eye opener with regard to new approaches to using the product. The other Kielkowski book is more appropriate for beginning users.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent book on spice modeling Jan. 23 2002
By Colin O'Flynn - Published on Amazon.com
I have been a SPICE user for a few years, but have never really known much about it beyond what it does. I needed to model a new device, and started looking for a program to do so. After i discovered the extreamly high cost, i decided to buy this book. The book is well laid out, with a nice focus on practical work. It doesn't talk about the general's of SPICE, so you may want to try his other book as well. However I found the book to be extreamly useful, and the book is well-written so I found that I didn't need another (intro to SPICE) book to figure out the syntax of SPICE. There are several examples you can study, so probably you could figure it out from them.
The only problem is that sometimes the author refers you to using expensive equipment to measure a real devics parameters. However you do not need this, and the book shows you how to get the required information off of a datasheet. The book's pretty expensive, but nice. Make sure you check out the sample chapters to decide if the books for you!
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