Pan is a general purpose circuit simulator. It does analyses of nonlinear circuits and employs both time domain and frequency domain based algorithms. It implements DC analysis and transient analysis of mixed analog/digital circuits. External modules described in VerilogA can be compiled and loaded by the simulator. The octave like laguage is supported for elaboration of simulation results and to control the simulation flow. Results by simulations are stored in the output files in binary-raw-spice format and can be viewed by using conventional spice-result viewers.
Pan is distributed only in binary format (executable) and it runs only using Linux operating systems.
Pan comes free "as is" with absolutely no express or implied warranty.
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