Difference between revisions of "SPICE Application Notes and White Papers"

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* [http://www.ieee802.org/3/bladesg/public/channel_adhoc/boyd_01_0504.pdf Convert 2 port S-parameters into 4 port S-parameters]
 
* [http://www.ieee802.org/3/bladesg/public/channel_adhoc/boyd_01_0504.pdf Convert 2 port S-parameters into 4 port S-parameters]
  
* [http://alternateenergies.com/LTwiki/files/modelling_diodes_spice_10.pdf How to Quickly Obtain Spice Parameters for Diodes]
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* [http://ltwiki.org/files/modelling_diodes_spice_10.pdf How to Quickly Obtain Spice Parameters for Diodes]
  
 
* [https://sites.google.com/site/rstevescott/home/advanced-diode-recovery-model  Advanced diode Recovery Model]
 
* [https://sites.google.com/site/rstevescott/home/advanced-diode-recovery-model  Advanced diode Recovery Model]
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* [http://ltwiki.org/files/SPICEdiodeModel.pdf The SPICE diode model]<br>
 
* [http://ltwiki.org/files/SPICEdiodeModel.pdf The SPICE diode model]<br>
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* [http://www.introni.it/pdf/Motorola%20-%20Rectifier%20Applications%20Handbook.pdf Motorola - On Semi Rectifier Applications Handbook (includes cleaner copy of SPICE Diode Model above in Ch. 3)]<br>
  
 
* [http://www.w0qe.com/Projects/crystal_bandpass_filters.html SPICE modeling for crystals **WITH LTspice file**]
 
* [http://www.w0qe.com/Projects/crystal_bandpass_filters.html SPICE modeling for crystals **WITH LTspice file**]

Revision as of 14:01, 16 December 2014

Over 300 pages of SPICE modeling information.
Modeling and Simulation of Nonlinear Transmission Lines
Should be taken with a grain of salt, because allaboutcircutis prefers to use electron flow current direction as opposite to the whole industry, which has settled on conventional current direction.

Power Electronics

This model was derived from the articles "Simple PSpice models let you simulate common battery types" in the October 28, 1993 issue of EDN and "PSpice models nickel-metal-hydride cells" in the February 15, 1996 EDN Design Ideas Supplement. Both articles were written by Steven Hageman.

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