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 Modeling third party devices in Simulation 

Last post Mon, Sep 24 2012 5:01 PM by Quek. 1 replies.
Started by bnugent 24 Sep 2012 12:36 PM. Topic has 1 replies and 489 views
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    • bnugent
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    Modeling third party devices in Simulation Reply

    Hello,

     

    I am using Cadence Virtuoso IC6.1.4. I am trying to use a model from a third party discrete in simulation and not having a lot of luck. I would like to know how to link a model file i.e.:

     

    .MODEL  MODELABC123 D

    + IS=1.5213e-7

    + RS=0.05230

    + IKF=1.0287e-1

    + N=1.0

    + ISR=9.5e-10

    + CJO=1.2e-10

    + VJ=0.68 

    + M=0.36        

    + FC=0.5

    + BV=40.4

    + IBV=1.0e-4

    + EG=0.72

     to a symbol such that it simulates using spectre. I have found many how to's online but without a complete step by step description. A step by step on how to do link a model file (spice) to a symbol in cadence would be extremely helpful. Thanks in advance.

     

    -Brian 

     

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  • Mon, Sep 24 2012 5:01 PM

    • Quek
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    Re: Modeling third party devices in Simulation Reply

    Hi Brian

    Here is the info:

    http://tinyurl.com/9y3okcw

    Best regards
    Quek

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