Modelithics releases the COMPLETE Library v16.0 for Keysight's ADS
Modelithics Inc., the industry leader in simulation models for RF, microwave, and millimeter-wave devices, has just released a new version of The Modelithics® COMPLETE Library, version 16.0, formatted for use with Keysight EEsof EDA Advanced Design System (ADS) simulation software from Keysight Technologies. With this release, which follows version 12.0, the version number now corresponds with the current year.
The Modelithics COMPLETE Library v16.0 adds 56 NEW MODELS to the already extensive collection of powerful, advanced-feature simulation models. Passive component Microwave Global Models™ that have been added include AVX and ATC capacitor, inductor and resistor models, Coilcraft and Würth Elektronik inductor models, Vishay and TDK capacitor models, a Piconics conical inductor model, and ferrite bead models from Murata and Würth Elektronik. New non-linear active device models are available for CEL (NEC) and Qorvo (formerly RFMD) transistors. System-level component models have been added for ATC, AVX, and API Inmet attenuators, AVX couplers and diplexers, and new package models from Barry Industries and RJR Polymers. Single substrate S-parameter models are also now available for three IPDiA broadband capacitors. Please see the release notes for more details on new models and new features.
Modelithics offers a FREE evaluation library, Modelithics SELECT+, with a sampling of the models, and can be downloaded from the Modelithics website: www.Modelithics.com. A more comprehensive trial library, Modelithics EXEMPLAR, is also available by request and represents a subset of models in the Modelithics COMPLETE Library, containing all models needed to run the many example projects found on the Modelithics website and as part of the standard installation of the Modelithics COMPLETE Library. EXEMPLAR is also available for extended university use. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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