


Computer codes produced and supported by the RLE Computational Prototyping Group. WAMIT® FASTCAP FFTCAP pFFT kernel code (tar.gz,
.tar.Z, .tar)
pFFT++ FastImp FastHenry This is an opensource, quasistatic and fullwave, 3D, electromagnetic solver for efficient extraction of interconnect, power distribution, RF inductor structures accounting for skin/proximity effects, displacement currents, and substrate effects. The code is accelerated via the discrete complex image method, fullwave integration routines and an iterative precorrected fast Fourier transform (pFFT) matrix vector product. The code has been tested on a variety of large scale (up to 300,000 unknowns) structures. TiMIT Chanel CAPLET: Parallelized Capacitance Extraction Toolkit Project CAPLET provides a capacitance extraction solution of fieldsolver accuracy and contains a set of tools that directly handles GDS2 layout files into capacitance matrices in both GUI and command line interfaces. The underlying algorithm is based on the boundary element method with the Galerkin testing using instantiable basis functions, which can effectively transform the problem into a highly parallelizable form. Both MPI and OpenMPI implementations are provided. M2VerilogA [by Zohaib Mahmood] A wrapper class which takes in Sparameter or Zparameter file in `.snp' touchstone format or .mat file in matlab and generates a compact dynamical model. The code incorporates binary search to find minimum system order for given error bound. The final model is saved in a verilogA file which can be easily interfaced with commercial simulators such as spectre.
Open source MATLAB code for automated design of a decoupling matrix connected between the power amplifiers and coupled RF arrays. This decoupling matrix mixes the input signals and transforms the impedance to ensure all forward power is delivered to the load

Home / People: Faculty / People: Staff / People: Students / People: Alumni / Research: Projects / Research: Publications / Research: Presentations / Research: Codes / Links / Contact 
© Massachusetts Institute of Technology 