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CUSPICE: ngspice on CUDA Platform is ready for download

Last Monday, ngspice made announcement on their site for release of CUSPICE. CUSPICE is ngspice on CUDA platform. Following is the words taken from their official release: “CUSPICE is the revolutionary ngspice on CUDA platforms. The ngspice simulator has been modified to exploit the parallelism offered by CUDA platforms. The code has been uploaded in […]

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Symica IC design toolkit: A promising tool to get started with Verilog-A

Few days back, I was in search of a free tool which could run my Verilog-A models. I was looking for different options and QUCS, ngspice were some of them. However, none of them were straight forward for compiling and simulating the Verilog-A models. Later, while visiting SemiWiki.com, I found this article, which lead me […]

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Remove the Trojan.PWS.Legmir.AD / W32.Ahlem.A@mm virus from your PC

Today morning, as I turned my Win7 laptop on, Window Notification Centre showed me a scary notification which is same as the title of this post. So, I was infected. As a next obvious step I turned my antivirus on and it didn’t find anything similar. Crap. Now it was time to get furious.   […]

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Wifi not working in Ubuntu/Linux Mint 14

I am a long time Ubuntu user. Today, I thought of giving a try to Linux Mint. I installed it and as per my expectation wi-fi was not working with out of box installation. I tried few of the options, which I am sharing here to be useful for someone else. Since I came from […]

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Enhance your science with Scilab

Today I am writing about a free and open source software which is very efficient in calculation and data processing. Scilab is cross platform numerical computing package. It is available in Windows and Linux both. You can use it as open source alternative to MATLAB. If you are a student then you will find it […]

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