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From: email@example.com (A.Iakovlev)
Subject: Re: Taking into account device variations with Spice?
Date: 4 Jan 2003 10:52:35 -0800
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Jim Thompson wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
> The most important parameters (for THD purposes) are likely to be BF
> and VAF.
> The range I'd use for BF would be BFspec/2 and 2*BFspec
> For VAF use VAFspec/2 and infinity (delete VAF from the model card or
> use a very large number, like 1000V).
Thank you! I am using the MC analysis option now. I have not found a
way to specify the THD as the evaluated function for MC/WC; the only
working method I've identified is to tell PSpice to output the results
of all the MC runs, and then look myself at the FFT graphs.. Would be
great to be able to script somehow finding the minimax of THD w.r.t. a
set of part values (resistances) (i.e. minimum wrt resistances of the
maximum wrt bjt variations)...
> ...Jim Thompson
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