From: Wallenhorst, Ulrich (Ulrich.Wallenhorst@harting.com)
Date: Thu Dec 02 1999 - 02:48:16 PST
in order to be completely flexible in this respect, we (HARTING, a
medium-sized connector-manufacturer) developed a flexible configurable
SPICE-model creation-tool for our cPCI-connectors harbusHM as well as for
other connectors like the 2.5mm multipin connector har-pak or the
VME64x-connector harbus64. This tool mainly consists of the program
F2SWIN.EXE (Finite-element to SPICE converter) that creates standard
SPICE-subcircuits, where Your only interface to the system-environments are
clearly indicated node-numbers. The generated subcircuit consists of
L-C-Ck-KL elements in Pi-wiring. It uses a GUI that enbles the arbitrary
placement of signal, ground and float inside a 5x5 pin and column matrix of
the connector pin-area. The basis are 2 1/2- and 3-dimensional FEM-analysis
raw-data (Ansoft-software). It enables a user-defined model-complexity.
This should normally work in all simulation-environments that are able to
handle SPICE-conform subcircuits. A HLP-file that describes the usage in
detail is available. The software and models are available under special
> Von: Greim, Michael[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 1. Dezember 1999 22:52
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> Betreff: [SI-LIST] : XTK multiboard simulation using amp spice
> connector models....... ..
> Hello SI List,
> I am continuing my investigation of XTK and have run into
> a bit of a road block that I thought you might be able to help me with.
> I have a desire to perform a multi-board system simulation where my
> board to board interconnect is a standard 2 mm HM connector that
> is used and supported by lots of folks. I have an AMP MLM for the
> connector and would prefer not to fill my day modifying spice decks.
> My feedback from folks to date has been that 'ya can't get there from
> here', unless of course I would like to re-write the model myself for
> use within XTK.
> I know that alot of folks in telecom are using this connector
> and are probably using XTK. What are my options? Any good?
> Thanks for the help.
> Best Regards,
> Michael Greim
> And all this science they don't understand
> It's just my job six days a week.....
> The time is gone, The email's over, thought I'd
> something more to say.........
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