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TMA MEDICI solves Poisson's equation and the electron and hole current continuity equations to simulate diodes, bipolar transistors, MOSFETs, JFETs, MESFETs, etc. Steady-state, transient, and ac small-signal analyses can be performed. Carrier heating and velocity overshoot effects can be treated by solving energy balance equations self-consistently with the other device equations. Arbitrary device geometries with both planar and nonplanar surface topographies can be handled with MEDICI's non-uniform simulation grid.
Because of the way this software is licensed, it is available only to users on the West Lafayette campus of Purdue University. Note that you must use a network connection on campus, or else you will get an "access denied" message.
TMA MEDICI is licensed from Synopsys, Inc.
User interface for launching simulations and analyzing results created by Steve Clark.
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