C2004-13 – Paragon – A Behavioral Modeling Tool for Electronic Circuits and Systems

Technology # 04-13 Invention/Software Models the behavior of non-linear analog electrical circuits and systems Fundamentally, it is a necessity to simulate the operation of electronic circuits on a computer BEFORE committing designs to expensive fabrication and production manufacturing. In order to accomplish this task, the simulator requires models of the electronic components. Many of these models are built in to the simulators or come in accompanying libraries for elementary electronic components such as transistors, diodes and passive elements. However, as design complexities have increased over the past decade, simulators can no longer handle the simulations required of an entire chip-level design at this low-level of abstraction -at least not in a time frame attractive to the designer. This invention/software is available for licensing. For interested parties seeking further information, feel free to contact: Mark Allen Lanoue Technology Manager / Tech Ventures University of Arkansas (479) 575-7243 malanoue@uark.edu Technology Ventures ventures@uark.edu 479-575-7243

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