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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by karan, Oct 18, 2004.

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  1. karan

    karan Guest

    Does there exist a software which outputs a circuit design for a given
    input function and output function?

  2. Mortel

    Mortel Guest

    Wow, this is a big question.

    There's not a program but a language, called VHDL for Very High speed
    Hardware Definition Language. Try googling on that you will find a lot of

    But VHDL is for logic systems wich are defined, synthetized and either
    burned on an FPGA or sent to the foundry to make thousands of ASICs of it.

    Have fun.

    For analog design, you might find someting but I dont know it.


  3. Wong

    Wong Guest

    Should be VHSIC HDL, Very-High-Speed-Integrated-Circuit Hardware
    Description Language.
  4. Jack// ani

    Jack// ani Guest

    For analog design, you might find someting but I dont know it.

    And i am pretty sure that op is taking about analog synthesis in terms
    of transfer function.

    I would also love to see such software.
  5. Specifically, I think the poster means non-linear time domain synthesis,
    as in a real circuit topology. AC "transfer functions" of linear
    circuits is pretty much a solved problem. Its called filter design!
    I dont. I make my living by designing analogue circuits:)

    Kevin Aylward
    SuperSpice, a very affordable Mixed-Mode
    Windows Simulator with Schematic Capture,
    Waveform Display, FFT's and Filter Design.
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