Qucs (Quite Universal Circuit Simulator) is designed to simulate electronic circuits. Allows you to simulate electronic equipment in the regime of small and large-signal and noise characteristics. Digital equipment is modeled using VHDL and/or Verilog.
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Qucs includes a constantly updated library of models of electronic components, supports pick up that SPICE. Advantageously differs from other simulators, such as gEDA or PSpice, simplicity of operator and intuitive user interface.
The graphical interface allows you to create a model diagram with the support of various types of diagrams.
Types of modeling:
- Modeling of DC
- Modeling of AC
- Harmonic balance
- Digital simulation
- Modeling of transient processes
- Simulation of S-parameters
- Scan parameter
- The optimization
QUCS provides a large number of models of transistors, including FBH-HBT, HICUM L0 v1.12, HICUM L0 v1.2, HICUM L2 v2.1, HICUM L2 v2.22, HICUM L2 v2.23, MESFET (Curtice, Statz, TOM-1 and TOM-2), SGP (SPICE Gummel-Poon), MOSFET, JFET and EPFL-EKV MOSFET v2.6.
Installation into Linux Mint 17/17.1:Linux terminal: ~$
sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:qucs/qucs sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install qucs[/code]