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pspice,parameter

  • PSPice Ftable Parameters

    Hi there. I'm developing a circuit in PSpice including an Impedance-model, which is simulated within a real and a complex part. Also can be looked like a Resistor and a Capacitor that change values according to varying the frecuency. So, for example, I have: @35kHz: R=2000; C=2.27nF or also can be...
  • retain simulation trace

    Hi Forum, I'm using Pspice/Capture to model a solar panel. I'm using some reasonable complicated simulation traces to analyse the system. What is frustrating is each time I adjust a parameter or the simulation profile, I have to re-input the formula for each trace. Is there anyway to automatically...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by SolarStudent on Sat, Jan 7 2012
  • Connect to PSPICE through command line

    Hi, I'm trying to run a pspice simualtion through command line. -What is the fastest way to do it? is it running "pspice.exe" or "psp_cmd.exe" or some other way? -what are the parameters for "psp_cmd.exe"? -the data in .out file have a very limited accuracy (say 1.65e...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by Sohrab on Tue, Jan 3 2012
  • 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
  • Parameters - getting from DC analysis to TR analysis

    PSPICE: I'm modelling a pressure sensor and have set up some parameters (including "Pressure") which model the device sensitivity and outputs vs pressure, temperature etc using formulae in the parameter definitions. This runs as a DC simulation, and I can sweep the parameters as desired...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by JohnWard on Mon, Mar 29 2010
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