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i want to create simulation model of a component which has spice model If you are talking about a standard device, this article seems to answer exactly your question: Important to mention that prior to know how to handle the suffs in Proteus,
So does it have to be a particular HBT (which would point to a specific source of spice models) or will any HBT do, in which case it points you to the wider market where you can take the first spice model you find at any of the vendors / foundries / tool vendors / universities that a search turns up? A
u mean stimuli...??"input.scs" is a Spectre Netlist when you run Spectre from Cadence ADE. I think you use device model files of Hspice Format for Cadence Spectre Netlist. Use device model files of Spectre Format. Or add "simulator lang=spice" at top of all device model files of (...)
Hello, I am trying to add a Discrete device (Vendor provided spice model ) to Hspice. I have tried different type of devices to add to Hspice but all the devices give same result. (Source voltage of PMOS follows the Drain voltage) and device is always turned on and (...)
If the models are available they're likely to be compatible with the free LTspice.
If you look through the related threads, you will surely find a schematic which uses IR2110. Run that in LTspice. Perhaps from the way it acts, you'll discover how to correct your schematic. You may even find that someone posted exactly what you need. Type these two words in the search field at the top of this page: LTspice IR2110
hi, all the three defines the channel length modulation (clm) . The parameter that defines clm depends on the device models of spice that you are using. 1st generation models - clm is defined by lambda 2nd generation - kappa 3rd generation - pclm. Higher level model defines the short channel effects accurately.
Please, I hope if anyone can help me with this error in this script. I get this error: Fatal error: b:mos:s: unknown controlling source mos:b1 doAnalyses: No such parameter on this device I hope if anyone can help me. Find below the circuit model script. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Multisim, LTspice or easy to learn...
The Silvaco tools purport to let you turn a device mesh TCAD simulation into a Smartspice model. Pick a LEVEL that has good correspondence to one of the Spectre compact models, and use simulator LANG=spice to make Spectre digest the syntax in that model file. Many, many examples and such on the Silvaco support pages. You may have to create (...)
Maybe this is a silly question. I need to use Nangate OCL to make a design. But when I checked the schematic and spice netlist provided all by 45nm Nangate OCL, I found that the schematic and spice netlist do not seem to match (Drain and Source). The schematic and netlist are shown below (take AND2_X1 as an example), 111335[/ATTAC
I am looking for spice model for the device UT54LVDM055LV (Dual Driver and Receiver). Can anyone send me 54LVDM055LV.mod file ?
Modern spice-based device model manufacturer libraries are quite representative of the real electrical behavior of the component, so that if your design do not operate at an extremelly high speed and simulation configuration parameters are properly sized, there is practically no restriction to do that.
What do you want to achieve? In IC design, capacitance extraction refers to the determination of parasitic, mainly interconnect capacitances. In a spice simulator, only device capacitances are considered in standard models. You can measure circuit noded capacitances, but you get just out what you put in when specifying the device models.
For simplest circuits I recommend use LT spice. The LM324 device is not available on its default library, but you can download here.
Hi there, I am trying to perform a mixed-signal simulation in Sentaurus TCAD with the following circuit: - a photodiode device (3D mesh) - its readout circuit comprising three MOSFETS (using TCAD's spice/BSIM3 compact model converted from Spectre BSIM3V3 models from the fab's PDK) In the middle of a transient simulation, I need to modify th
I had used NG-spice for circuit simulation for a while but it get convergence or "Gmin step too small" error easily. After google search for a while, i found Xcye simulator. It is opensource as NGspice but look more powerful. Is there anyone use xyce before ? Is Xyce really no "Gmin step too small" error ?
hello! i am working on comparator and i want to include bsim model for cmos in lt spice ...can anyone tell me how to do this?? and fro where can i download it...becuase i have download i from but i dont know which file i have to add in lt spice and how to add it...please someone help thanx
Hi, The two layout dependent effects that cause mobility variation is WPE and STI. The equations are given as follows: WPE: (Ueff,wpe) 101149 STI: (Ueff,STI) 101150 Beta is the parameter found after simulation and is related to Ueff(effecitive mobility). Beta = Ueff,final * Coxe * Weff/Lef
I'm not sure if this could contribute to generate the error shown, but could just as trying, use templates to the device from other libraries: This App note employs above model and provide some tips: