This page lists free apps developed and provided by SPISim.
SPISim Free Apps
SPISim provides the following free apps for the SI and design communities:
- SPISim_IBIS: For converting IBIS to spice circuit to be used with free circuit simulators.
- SPISim_AMI: For IBIS-AMI model generation and what-if.
- SPISim_LINK: For Stat-Eye type link analysis supporting both statistical and bit-by-bit modes.
- SPILite: Include all functions above and more. It's a cross platform, free Channel builder, tr0/ac0/raw, Snp and IBIS and AMI tool brought to you by SPISIm
SPISim_IBIS: A free web app for simulating IBIS using free simulators. It allows user to convert an IBIS model to corresponding spice sub-circuit then simulate with free circuit simulator such as LTSpice, NGSpice or SSolver. SPISim_IBIS can be launched from web browser without installation! Visit SPISim_IBIS product page for more details.
SPISim_AMI: A free web app for generating IBIS-AMI models. It allows user to configure and generate IBIS-AMI model without any coding or compilation. Generated model can be run on 3rd party, commercial tools such as Mentor's HyperLynx, KeySight's ADS, Synopsys's HSpice and Cadence's SystemSI etc. SPISim_AMI can be launched from web browser without installation! Visit SPISim_AMI product page for more details.
SPISim_LINK: A free web app for link's StatEye analysis. It allows user to configure channel using IBIS, interconnect, Tx/Rx AMI models and perform StatEye link analysis. Both statistical and bit-by-bit modes are supported. SPISim_LINK can be launched from web browser without installation! Visit SPISim_LINK product page for more details.
SPILite: A cross platform, free Channel builder, tr0/ac0/raw, Snp and IBIS and AMI tool brought to you by SPISIm. It includes all functions of SPISim_IBIS, SPISim_AMI, SPISim_LINK and more. Still, it's just a small subset of full SPIPro capabilities. SPILite can be downloaded for free and install on Win64, Win32 or Linux64 platforms. Visit SPILite product page for more details.
Interested user may also see this post [A channel analysis trilogy] for design concepts of this flow.