Bsim To Ekv Conversion

Part of the Analog Circuits and Signal Processing book series (ACSP)

The BSIM2EKV converter has been developed as a stand-alone application that works in interaction with an external simulator. It makes it possible to extract the parameters of the EKV model from the parameters of the BSIM model using the algorithm based on standard EKV model parameters' extraction procedure and the simulated transistor characteristics. This chapter provides the details on BSIM to EKV conversion procedure, and presents the developed tool.

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