Links to spice device models

UC Berkeley Device Group
The Berkeley's Device Group in the EECS department. This is the home of the BSIM group who develops the BSIM and BSIM SOI compact models. The currently availabler models are BSIM3, BSIM4, BSIM6, BSIMSOI and BSIMCMG models.

EKV Compact Mosfet Model
The home of the Enz-Krummenacher-Vittoz MOSFET compact model. The model is hosted at the EPFL (Lusanne Polytechnic). EKV version 2.6 and 3 code is available upon request.

HICUM Bipolar Model
HICUM stands for HIgh CUrrent Model. It is a compact model for bipolar devices. It is suitable for designing high-frequency and high-current densities circuits in Si, SiGe anf III-V.

HiSIM Model
The HiSIM (Hiroshima-University STARC IGFET Model) is a family of compact models for intrgrated devices with a MOSFET core. HiSIM models are based on a complete surface potential description.

Large-signal MESFET model. It describes subthreshold conduction and breakdown. Developed at Macquarie University.

PSP Model
The PSP model is an advanced MOSFET model developed merging the SP model (developed at Penn-State) anf the MM11 model (developed by Philips Research), both based on surface potential. Development is now carried on at Arizona-State.

UF SOI Model
The University of Florida MOSFET compact model. The UFSOI models (UFPDB and FD/SOI) are implemented in a Type-I interface (API), which has been glued to Spice3.

Vertical Bipolar Intercompany Model, eventually will replace Spice Gummel-Poon.

The NXP Simkit

NXP distributes the source code for several models as an archive called "SimKit". The SimKit is a simulator-independent compact transistor model library.

The Predictive Technology Models

Arizona State University hosts the PTM web site. PTM stands for Predictive Technology Model, and is a collection of models for deep submicron technologies that can be used with ngspice when foundry models are not avaialable.