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Using the powerful SABER simulator for simulation, modeling, and analysis of power systems, circuits, and devices

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Power systems are some of the most difficult types of designs to simulate. They contain high frequency switching of currents and voltages into inductors and across capacitors, multiple feedback loops (voltage, current, motor speed, etc), nonlinear magnetics, high power device models, DSP, motors, generators, fuses, power distribution, thermal modeling, nonlinear sources (battery, solar array, etc), and loads. In addition, schematic capture, post processing of the waveforms, links to critical tools, and a powerful mixed-signal mixed technology modeling language are needed. There is no one tool that can provide 100% of capabilities to 100% of the engineers, however there is no single tool more powerful than SABER. This paper shows how SABER provides all the above capability and more

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Computers in Power Electronics, 2000. COMPEL 2000. The 7th Workshop on

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