SIMON 2.0 — A commercially supported single electron device and circuit simulator
SIMON is a Monte Carlo simulator for single-electron circuits and devices with which it is possible to answer a wide variety of important design questions. A graphical user interface and graphical circuit editor allow easy and error free usage. Different circuit elements like tunnel junctions, capacitors, voltage sources, and measuring devices for current, voltage, and charge, can be arbitrarily connected by simple mouse clicks.
- Stability plot
- Normal resistors
- Current sources
- Energy dependent density of states
- Support for superconducting tunnel junctions
- Linux version without need for 3rd party tools
- Interactive single-step mode
- Graphical user interface
- Graphical circuit editor
- Circuit elements: Tunnel junctions, capacitors
- Voltage sources: constant, piece-wise linearly time-dependent, voltage controlled
- Three measuring devices: Current, voltage, charge
- Steady state and transient simulation modes
Version 2.0 of Simon is commercially supported. For specific questions regarding commercial support for Simon please refer to www.lybrary.com/simon
SIMON 1.1 — A single electron device and circuit simulator
SIMON 1.1 has been released in 09/1996. It offers the above listed Basic Features only. This version is no longer supported, but still available for download.
The version 1.1 of Simon can be obtained via our Download Portal.