SPICE is a circuit simulation software package freely available as source code. Unlike
the PSpice version offered for download on this site, SPICE has no node or active
device count limitation. This makes it ideal for verifying larger designs that cannot
be simulated under the PSpice evaluation version. SPICE is also available in ET 312
on the Redhat Linux computers. The source given in the file below is compatible with
almost all machines (check the conf directory for a full listing).
This file contains all of the 'C' code for SPICE that must be compiled before usage.
See the readme file for information on how to compile the source code under different
Dr. Chrysanthe Preza, Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, received a $743,781 National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Award for her research. The Career Award is the most prestigious award junior faculty members can receive from the NSF.