Sintecs provides a powerful Free IBIS Viewer and Editor for Windows. Full editing requires an upgrade license.
Free SimDE™ IBIS Validator, provided by IO Methodology Inc. Available on Windows 7/XP and Linux Redhat 4/5.
The IBISINF utility parses the IBIS model and can also provides information on IBIS model contents to make browsing easier. This FREE utility is provided by Zuken and it is available for Windows and Linux.
SPISim offers a cross platform, free SI, Snp and IBIS tool.
SPISim also offers a cross platform, free, standalone command-line tool for testing IBIS-AMI models.
Mentor Graphics(Hyperlynx) provides the Visual IBIS Editor which runs on Windows. This tool does Syntax Validation, Creates Model Templates, Provides a Wavetable Viewer as well as a Text Editor and more.
Cadence Design Systems and Signal Integrity Software have provided free tools for testing IBIS-AMI models.
A Python package for developing/testing IBIS Algorithmic Modeling Interface (IBIS-AMI) models.
A Python Bit Error Rate Tester that works with IBIS-AMI models.
An open source, public domain package intended to provide a common source pool for all the generic, boilerplate stuff that must go into every IBIS-AMI model. In its current form it's rather primitive, providing "Init-only" examples of Tx and Rx models. However, all 6 target binaries (i.e. - 32 and 64-bit Windows, Mac OS and Linux) are supported.
North Carolina State University provides a S2IBIS3v1.1 conversion utility that can generate IBIS v3.2 models from HSPICE, PSPICE, Spice2, Spice3 or Spectre. s2ibis3-beta is based on Java. Many HSPICE conversion issues have been resolved with this version.
North Carolina State University provides a SPICE-to-IBIS (s2ibis2_v1.1) conversion utility that can generate IBIS v2.1 models from HSPICE, PSPICE, Spice2, Spice3 or Spectre. Download both the s2ibis2.tar.Z and s2ibis2_fix.tar.Z files.
Cisco Systems,Inc has ported NCSU's s2ibis2 software to the Linux platform. Download the executable s2ibis2.linux . This compile has been tested on Redhat7.3
SpiTran makes s2ibis2 easier to use. SpiTran was developed at Cadence and placed in the public domain. This kit includes all source code, documentation, examples, Java program components, and instructions for obtaining other software you will need, such as the latest version of s2ibis2.
Mentor Graphics has ported NCSU's s2ibis software to the WindowsNT platform.
Siqual Corporation has ported NCSU's s2ibis2 software to the Windows95 platform.
Intusoft provides the IBIS-to-SPICE converter which converts IBIS data sheet information into SPICE models and supports IBIS version 1.1, 2.1 (partial support). The tool is extensible and allows various SPICE model syntax variations and subcircuit topologies to be programmed by the user.