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Industry News / Software/EDA Channel

Modelithics expands X-parameter services


March 13, 2012
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Based on customer demand, Modelithics Inc. announced an expansion of their now established X-parameter measurement-based modeling services to include conversions of nonlinear equivalent circuit (“compact”) models to X-parameter models.

Modelithics also announced the release of their latest version of the Modelithics COMPLETE Library™ of reliably accurate and highly scalable models for Agilent Genesys® software. This expanded collection of well-documented substrate and part-value scalable capacitor, resistor and inductor families from popular component vendors broadens the design engineers’ options for using simulation tools to increase  efficiency and decrease design costs. The latest release adds 17 CLR Library models, more than 20 nonlinear diode and transistor models and introduces Modelithics SLC Library models formatted for Genesys, which for the first time include X-parameter models and related examples. Numerous pre-existing models were also updated for improved documentation and performance fidelity. In addition, this release includes a new measurement-based substrate library. Please see the v8.3 release notes for details on the content and features of this upgrade at

The upgrade will be forwarded, free of charge, to all Modelithics COMPLETE Library customers currently under a Platinum Maintenance contract. For a free trial request just click on the link you’ll find at: For further information and to request or discuss Special Order models and model conversions from other simulators, please contact Modelithics at

Source: Modelithics Inc.

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