Manual Reference Pages - CIDER (1)
CIDER - A Mixed-Level Circuit and Device Simulator
cider -r rawfile < circuitfile
CIDER needs a SPICE-like input deck describing the connectivity
of the circuit under simulation. It can be executed by issuing the
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.
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.
Eight examples are provided in the subdirectory examples.
spice(1), nutmeg(1), SPICE3 Users Guide, CIDER Users Guide
Kartikeya Mayaram, "CODECS: A Mixed-Level Circuit and Device Simulator,"
UCB/ERL Memo No. M88/71, November 1988.
Mail all bugs, along with the circuit, and
complaints to cider-bugs@ic.Berkeley.EDU
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