NuV is computer software we wrote to compile and simulate electronic circuits written in the Hardware Description Language known as Verilog-AMS. To effect simulation, NuV must be paired with a software circuit simulator. Our choice for this website is the Ngspice circuit simulator, which brings Verilog-AMS simulation capability to the Ngspice circuit simulator available from us for you to use.
BSIM-CMG 110.0.0's "inverter_transient" test simulated by NuV with Ngspice.
The software simulates electronic circuits.
The designer of the circuit can discover if the circuit works, or unhappily not, before ever having to build one.
An electrical engineer.
NuV can be paired with any direct methods simulator, such as a Berkely Spice1 derivate.
Please read the User Guide available from the Documents page for more information, and in it peruse the Lease Agreement you will have to accept. No account is required to download the guide.