Is Fast SPICE Simulation Hitting a Wall? (Richard Goering)

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The transistor-level SPICE simulator has been the gold standard for custom/analog verification for decades. But SPICE is too slow for many applications in which transistor-level accuracy is needed. So-called "Fast SPICE" simulators can provide considerable speedups -- but current Fast SPICE technology is running out of steam today. Looking towards the future, a new generation of technology is needed.

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