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PSPICE Model Editor

  • Model Editor - Can't "Extract model"

    Hello all! I have opened with Pspice Model Editor Demo a .lib library of an IGBT that I downloaded from a manufacturer and the option "View-> Extract Model" is not enabled. Is it because the model is somehow “protected” by the manufacturer or is it because I’m using the...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by Javier1234 on Sat, Dec 21 2013
  • Pspice Advanced : SMOKE. Different smoke limits per Model

    Hi, I start with the smoke analysis and I do not manage to create 2 resitances with different properties. I am used to add Rbreakout resistors and to Edit the Pspice Model in order to give them different DEV (for example 1% and 10%) or TC1. Now I would like to perform a smoke analysis on my design? is...
  • Re: How to create a new PSPICE Model/Library?

    Thanks a lot for your quick reply. I tried this method but I am having a problem finding .lib files. Indeed, all my library are in the .olb files (The 1N4148 diode is located in EVALAA.OLB file). Actually, do I need a .OLB file or a .LIB file? It seems that PSPICE uses .OLB file as a default library...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by Kaka on Mon, Oct 10 2011
  • How to create a new PSPICE Model/Library?

    Hello everyone, Can someone please tell me how I can create a new PSPICE model? I am trying to modify the existing 1N4148 diode and create a model for a 1N34 diode. Please help me out if you know how to. Also, if you have any documentation that shows how it could be done, please help me out. P.S: 1....
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by Kaka on Mon, Oct 10 2011
  • Common mode choke for a CANbus transmition line

    Hi How do I model a common mode choke to be used on a CANbus line? Are there any libraries of common mode chokes which I can modify to the specific part I am using ? Thanks Martin
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by MartinC on Fri, Sep 2 2011
  • silicon nanowire transistor library file which can use oracd capture 10.5 or virtuoso

    is there a library for silicon nanowire transistor that can use in cadence or spice? i wanted to simulate ckt using silicon nanowire transistor.
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by anitabhatt on Tue, Mar 1 2011
  • What is the difference? Orcad 15.7 Vs Orcad 16.3

    Presently I am using Orcad 15.7 for Capture, CIS, Pspice, ...etc. I am looking to upgrade my version. I just want to know what is the major difference between Orcad 15.7 and 16.3 in all modules (i.e., Capture, Pspice, PCB..etc). And also I want to know the cost between Orcad 15.7 and 16.3....If there...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by Alexander L on Sun, Oct 31 2010
  • ABM modeling

    Hi, I am using OrCAD Capture 16.2 and I want to model a parallel plate variable capacitor whose capacitance depends upon the distance between plates. I am using a Laplace transfer function block form ABM library and it gives me variable voltage as an output and in my case this voltage is used to represent...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by MianMaan on Mon, Aug 16 2010
  • PSPICE tolerance a passed parameter

    I have 2 questions I have ran into while trying to run a monte carlo analysis: 1. How can I tolerance a parameter passed into a sub-circuit such that it will vary over a monte-carlo run? For instance, a 3 or 4 resistor values getting passed into a suckt as a parameter, but i would like it to vary one...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by jake65892 on Tue, Jun 29 2010
  • Name on .ENDS does not match .SUBCKT

    Why I am getting error message " Name on .ENDS does not match .SUBCKT" when I change parameters of an IC or transistor? Every subcircuitry has its ENDS.
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by 1PS1 on Wed, Jun 23 2010
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