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Subject: Re: SPICE model of XTAL
Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 00:39:07 +0000
NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 22:40:32 +0000 (UTC)
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Telequarz still exists in Germany.
They had the best data sheets and applications support, this seems to
have evaporated from the Corning web site, though the product is there.
The negative resistance approach to simulating oscillators through spice
cad has also disappeared (I introduced Telequarz to this in the 80s)
In article , Dale
>There used to be a software program called "TQSLIB" that helped you
>calc model values for a quartz (or similar high-Q) resonator from data
>sheet specs. This was distributed by a German company called "Tele
>Alas, I used this in a prior incarnation (several employers ago) and
>don't seem to have kept a copy. Likewise, Tele Quarz seems to have
>evaporated into an acquisition by Corning Frequency Control Products
>and I can't seem to find any trace of either the former company or the
>program on the web.
>Maybe this jogs the memory of some kind soul who can supply either a
>current link or a copy of the program . . .
>Paul Burridge wrote in message news:email@example.com>...
>> I tried to simulate a XTAL oscillator using spice, but for some
>> peculiar reason, there's no field in which to specify the resonant
>> frequency; only fields for capacitive loading and stuff like that. Is
>> this normal or do I have a faulty s/ware package?
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