Other spices

Other interesting circuit simulators:

  • Berkeley's Spice3: Where all that begun!
  • Eispice: a clone of the Berkley SPICE 3 simulation engine targeted toward PCB level Signal Integrity Simulation.
  • Espice: A spanish implementation from University of Grenada.
  • fREEDA: fREEDA(TM) is a multi-physics simulator.
  • GNUcap: A truly GPL'ed mixed-mode simulator supporting IBIS model.
  • Jspice and kspice: Jspice is a spice2 derivative that implements a Josephson junction model and kspice a spice3e2 derivative that implements faster transmission lines models.
  • LTspice: A free, binary only circuit simulator developed for the simulation od Switched Mode Power Supply based on Linear Technology ICs. It is a full spice anyway and can be used on Linux under Wine.
  • MacSpice 3f5: spice circuit simulator for Apple Macintosh.
  • NGSpice-PPC: Ngspice for Pocket PC. This is more than a simple port, it is a rewriting of ngspice for ARM based Pocket PC.
  • NSPICE: a forth circuit simulator.
  • QUCS: Quite Universal Circuit Simulator, classical spice analyses and many more.
  • Spice3f5: circuit simulator compiled for Windows OS
  • SoiSpice: Spice software that implements the SOI model developed by Prof. Fossum.
  • Spice+: A spice3f5 for Windows with a nice GTK+ interface.
  • Spice Opus: SpiceOpus is a circuit simulator with optimisation utilities. It is a recompilation of the original Berkeley's source code for Windows 95/98/NT and Linux operating systems.
  • SuperSpice: Commercial package (but spice engine is free) for Windows that includes Xspice.
  • Tclspice: Originally an ngspice fork designed to be used with the Tcl/Tk scripting language (now implemented into ngspice)
  • WinSpice3: Spice3f simulator for windows.
  • Xspice: Xspice circuit simulator.
  • XspiceHDL: Mixed-signal simulator that integrates a spice and Verilog.
  • zspice: zspice is a simple reconfigurable spice simulator. Its device library is created using adms.