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Manual Reference Pages  -  CIDER (1)

NAME

CIDER - A Mixed-Level Circuit and Device Simulator

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Compiling Cider
Examples
See Also
Authors
Bugs

SYNOPSIS

cider -r rawfile < circuitfile

DESCRIPTION

CIDER needs a SPICE-like input deck describing the connectivity of the circuit under simulation. It can be executed by issuing the command cider -r rawfile < cktfile, where cktfile specifies the file name of the CIDER input deck and rawfile is the name of the file to which the raw output data has to be sent.

COMPILING CIDER

The distribution tape includes all the files necessary to compile CIDER version 1a.1. CIDER is written in the portable C language. It has been compiled under the DECstation 3100/Ultrix 4.1 system. Several files are included in the distribution to aid the compilation.

The subdirectory spice3 contains the SPICE3 source code to which CIDER is linked. The file named Makefile is a UNIX shell script which may be invoked by typing the command: make. The invocation of this command will result in the generation of the object files and the executable file cider is created in the examples subdirectory.

EXAMPLES

Eight examples are provided in the subdirectory examples.

SEE ALSO

spice(1), nutmeg(1), SPICE3 User’s Guide, CIDER User’s Guide

Kartikeya Mayaram, "CODECS: A Mixed-Level Circuit and Device Simulator," UCB/ERL Memo No. M88/71, November 1988.

AUTHORS

Kartikeya Mayaram, David Gates

BUGS

Mail all bugs, along with the circuit, and complaints to cider-bugs@ic.Berkeley.EDU

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