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Web-Based Simulation of Mixers, Multipliers and Oscillators

Authors:
Venkat Veeramachaneni, Sandeep Ranade, Tim O'Brien, Stephen Jones, Greg Tait
Abstract:
The Applied Electrophysics Laboratory at the University of Virginia has developed a web based device simulation environment to accurately model and simulate high frequency mixers, multipliers and oscillators. The simulation environment uses a three-tier client server architecture to free the user from low level computing details. The user interfaces for the devices being simulated have been developed in Java. A major benefit of Java programs is that they can be run on any hardware architecture for which a Java virtual machine exists, allowing our simulation programs to run on a variety of platforms. The simulation environment has been successfully implemented, and is being used by researchers for simulation and design of high frequency devices. This environment hides the less important details of simulation and lets the researcher concentrate on the most important parameters. This environment has the additional benefit of allowing researchers to run simulations from any computer connected to the Internet.
Categories:
Poster Session
Year:
1999
Session:
8
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Page Number(s):
414-421