Thanks for the info on Contec spice. We evaluated it at Schlumberger
about 4 years ago only to find that at that time it assumed a fixed
constant at some frequency which it applied linearly across the
rather than a different attenuation at each frequency which is implied
dependent losses as in cables.
Incidentally I got a reply on this forum of a spice derivitave with uses
a FFT of the
S-parameter file. I have asked for additional information. If you want
this info also
lets go off-line with this discussion.
Fred Balistreri wrote:
> .-----Original Message-----
> >From: Ron Miller
> >To: email@example.com
> >Date: Tuesday,
> >March 23, 1999 9:40 AM
> >Subject: Re: [SI-LIST] : Ferrite Bead models
> > Mr Grasso
> >Since the ferrite beads performance changes radically with
> >frequency, the best model would be an S-parameter file. However,
> >the frequency domain simulators (HP and Compact) are the only
> >ones that can use S-parameters as models.
> Not quite true. Applied Simulation Technology has a program that reads
> S parameters and generates frequency dependent models for ApsimSPICE
> known as ContecSPICE. The program has been in good use since about 1994.
> not as popular as microwave products such as Touchtone and the like the
> program is better suited for Digital Applications where the model can
> be easily used with
> non-linear models such as IBIS or SPICE level. This would be equivalent
> of using for example
> Microwave SPICE except the S parameters can be accounted for and
> transmission line
> analysis is much improved than the versions of SPICE developed in the
> 1970's or 80's.
> You can check it out at www.aspimtech.com. We also attend many trade
> shows like PCB conference
> or Design Con.
> Fred Balistreri
> Applied Simulation Technology
> >A distant second would be the bahavioral models.
> >Ron Miller
> >> Does any one out there have a model (usable in Spice) for a ferrite bead?
> >>Thank you
> >> Charles Grasso
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