Nope, I'm not simulating an impedance network. But I find quite useful your advices in the last post.
Let me explain you what I have and what I need:
I have a little microphone which impedance is specify by manufacturer in two figures:
As you can see, Module and Phase Angle are shown there, varying with the frequency (x-axis).
So, I have filled up value table-data, and have converted them into values: Real Part (Resistor Value) and Complex Part, and from this one I can get the Capacitor value for each frequency.
So, in my circuit, I have to insert a Resistor and a Capacitor, and their values are going to change in each frequency. So, when I'll do an AC Sweep, it must show the output value depending of them.
The hard and heavy way is to simulate, for example, one circuit with each value of Resistor and Capacitor for each kHz. I will obtain the Output for each single value of Frequency, and then just have to join each value to get the whole output figure.
But, I really think PSpice must have a easier way to do that. Just need a table instead of the RC and fill it with the data I have.
Hope its now better understood and you can tell me how to define the data and how to connect the GTABLE (or whatever I need) into my circuit.
Much appreciated for your help.