Intusoft is pleased to announce the release of it’s Build 4545 ICAP/4 suite for analog and mixed-signal simulation. The following enhancements have been added to the software running on Windows XP through 10, and all 64-bit operating systems.
With Build 4545 release all new users and those on current maintenance will also receive our CMSDK modeling kit(except for RX version users).
Please contact us for maintenance renewal and/or to receive your CMSDK serial number.
New software leasing program: contact us for details.
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Intusoft is pleased to announce the new line of products without hardware dongles.
Starting immediately all of our non-network products can be purchased based on a Virtual Key license agreement.
These products will use the “network adapter physical address” of your computer to install the software. The product will run perpetually with no restrictions on the specified computer.
We have priced these products competitively and will give incentives for users who want to buy 2 copies(home and work) at the same time.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information and pricing.
Spicemod adds a Silicon Carbide, SiC, diode model. The model is described in our latest newsletter, NL86. The new diode model now includes the diode bulk resistance, along with its temperature coefficients. When the temperature coefficients are not 0, the model becomes a subcircuit model, requiring the user to enter the device temperature. The model does not include a thermal node, unlike the PSpice model, allowing faster and easier to converge simulations. For existing users; check our "Software Update" page. Spicemod is sold standalone, or with Test Designer and all ICAP/4 products except for the consumer version. The standalone version makes models that can be used with all SPICE3 compatible simulators. Check this page for links to videos coming soon.