Dear Qucs Team,
thank you very much for sharing Qucs' news. I am glad to see the development
I am organizing the MOS-AK Workshops which is part of the ESSDERC/ESSCIRC
conference in Munich: http://www.mos-ak.org/munich/. The poster session is
still open for submission. Would you consider submitting a poster and resent
Qucs related activities? Of course, all Qucs Users are more than welcome to
not only participate but also submit their contributions.
-- thanks - wladek,
Modeling Book: http://www.grabinski.ch/mos-ak/book/
ESSDERC/ESSCIRC Workshops: http://www.esscirc2007.org
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> Subject: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Qucs 0.0.12
> Qucs 0.0.12 has been released.
> The Qucs project (Qucs = Quite Universal Circuit Simulator) today
> announced the immediate availability of Qucs 0.0.12, a Qt-based
> advanced and powerful microwave circuit simulator for GNU/Linux and
> other UNIXes.
> Qucs, including all its libraries and its applications, is available
> as free (as in speech) software under Open Source licenses. Qucs can
> be obtained in source code from
> Qucs provides a GUI based on Qt for setting up electrical and
> electronic circuitry, a simulator, which is able to simulate
> the small-
> and large signal as well as the noise behaviour of these circuits.
> The results can be shown on a special presentation page in different
> formats (rect, polar, smith, tabular, 3d-cartesian, locus and
> polar-smith combinations). Pure digital simulations are also
> Compiling Qucs 0.0.12
> The complete source code for Qucs 0.0.12 may be freely
> downloaded. Instructions on compiling and installing Qucs 0.0.12 are
> included in the software archive. Only Qt-Libs >= 3.1 (but < 4.x) and
> the glibc are required.
> About Qucs
> Qucs is an independent project of only a few developers, translators,
> etc, collaborating over the Internet to create and freely distribute a
> sophisticated, customizable and stable microwave circuit simulator.
> For enhancing the development speed we are looking for more
> developers, who want to support the Qucs Project.
> Changes in this release
> The new release comes with a new translation into Ukrainian, a
> selectable preprocessor in the SPICE file component and two new
> components, i.e. an exponential voltage and current source. Libraries
> can now contain analogue as well as digital subcircuits. Analogue
> modelling is substantially strengthened by symbolically defined
> devices. And last but not least pure digital simulations can be also
> performed by Verilog-HDL as an alternative to VHDL.
> In the simulation backend the equation defined devices (EDD) have been
> implemented as well as the two new signal sources. Also the list of
> available functions in the equation solver has been extended to
> support vt(), hypot(), limexp(), arcsec(), arccosec(), arsech() and
> arcosech(). Furthermore logical and rational operators as well as the
> ternary ?: construct can be used in equations.
> A lot of thanks go to the translators and to the supportive user
> responses so far encouraging us to improve the software. We couldn't
> have done it without you!
> So long,
> the Qucs team.