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 PSpice - Creating packages for simulation 

Last post Wed, May 18 2011 8:22 AM by alokt. 1 replies.
Started by steeldarkblade 04 May 2011 02:12 PM. Topic has 1 replies and 9359 views
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    PSpice - Creating packages for simulation Reply

    Could someone please try to explain/step me through/point me in the right direction on how to use the NAND gates currently available in the PSpice library to create a Quad NAND package?

     

    What I'm trying to accomplish:

    Create a Quad Input NAND package using the NAND parts already in the PSpice library.

     

    I've looked spent the better part of half the day looking through google and M Rashid's Introduction to Pspice to no avail, so I'd really appreciate the assistance.

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  • Wed, May 18 2011 8:22 AM

    • alokt
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    Re: PSpice - Creating packages for simulation Reply
    In SPICE simulation there is no notion of multiparts per package, here every simulation device needs to instantiated as many time used in circuit. For simulation purposes each would be netlisted separately. For PCB layout purposes they would be grouped as per parts package definition.  So if you interested in simulation only, just instantiate four NAND gates and wire them as needed. Hope this answers your question   

     

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Started by steeldarkblade at 04 May 2011 02:12 PM. Topic has 1 replies.