December 6, 2019
MoDeCH Inc., a company dedicated to delivering modeling services to PCB and semiconductor designers, launched its English language eCommerce site, “Model On! Search.” Previously available only in Japan, Model On! Search was developed over the past 15 years based on various modeling technologies for the analog, high-speed digital, and power electronics markets.
“With Model On! Search, access to design and simulation models is now a one-stop shop where analog designers can obtain the necessary device models individually and on-demand, which will speed up the design process,” says Masanori Shimasue, CEO of MoDeCH Inc.
“Offering the industry’s leading model download site for analog simulations will enable customers that are increasingly dependent on simulations performed using PSPICE and LTspice to complete designs with less time while increasing simulation result accuracy,” adds.
Key Features of the Model On! Search
It provides access to a large analog simulation library with over 72,000 SPICE models including transistors, passive components and integrated circuits. The site includes free and fee-based models, which are searched easily and individually downloaded.
Models consist of MoDeCH models and redistributed models from device manufacturers. Vendor supplied models are provided as a service for MoDeCH customers and the accuracy and quality of the models is based on what is provided by each supplier. The accuracy and quality of MoDeCH models are based on the company’s technology and are extracted using a method with documentation in each data sheet.
SPICE models include power management ICs that are often unavailable and or have incomplete specifications. MoDeCH defines its own topology from data sheets and delivers the block diagram, timing charts and electrical characteristics using original libraries and modeling technology.
MoDeCH delivers device models on an individual and a subscription basis. The company also provides custom device modeling services. MoDeCH developed on-board simulation models that have become beneficial for accurate circuit simulation and first-pass product designs.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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