From: Beal, Weston (Weston.Beal@compaq.com)
Date: Fri Nov 12 1999 - 18:19:10 PST
You can't define a pin twice. You can specify the capacitance as a package
PIN 1 TYPE RES_VAL TO PIN 2 C:1.75
PIN 2 TYPE RES_VAL TO PIN 1 C:1.75
I didn't test this, but it seems right.
From: Phares, Charles [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, 12 November, 1999 5:34 PM
Subject: [SI-LIST] : Assistance with Quad model..
I am trying to create a model to use in quad to approximate
resistance and pin capacitance of essentially a cmos
ascii schematically it looks like:
= = = c
I was hoping that it would be as simple as putting the
in a model file:
PIN 1 TYPE RES_VAL TO PIN 2
PIN 1 TYPE CAP_PAR
But, unfortunately, the TOP file only reads the series
and leaves out the cap. I guess it just doesn't like the
definition. It doesn't give me an error though.
Can anyone think of a slick way to make this model, using
something like that?
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