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Using wrapTo2pi in simulink

Is there a way to use wrapTo2pi in simulink without getting error 'Function 'wrapTo2Pi' not supported for code generation.' Thanks.
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What is the (typical) value of SPICE parameter ISS for a (vertical) npn transistor?

SPICE gives a default value for the (collector) substrate leakage saturation current ISS. The default is ISS=0 but I would like to know the real value for an integrated vertical npn transistor. The ...
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Crystal model parameters in spice

I have these nice piezo transducers to characterize (of course the datasheet is incomplete) and make a spice model for oscillator design purposes. Now, Rhea and the other people say "hook it up ...
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How to add transistor model to LTspice? [duplicate]

So, I'm an absolute beginner at LTSpice(I just started today). I want to know how to add the model of transistor(say model ZTX300 or BC108) to my schematic. I can't find the model in the standard.bjt ...
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Equivalent Circuit based on Current Response

I am attempting to model a real-world device that I have built. I want to develop an equivalent circuit that I can then tweak to understand its expected behavior in different situations. The image ...
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Any recommendations for gas discharge tube mathematical modeling references?

Any recommendations for gas discharge tube mathematical modeling references? Lieberman and Lichtenberg (2005) Principles of Plasma Discharges and Materials Processing (see @AdilMalik 2020-12-21 ...
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SPICE modeling gas discharge tube using state machine and behavioral resistor

A gas discharge tube (GDT) is a state machine which transitions from a high impedance ("normal") state to a low impedance ("glow") state when the potential across its terminals ...
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Help understanding BJT active load SPICE model parameters

Why would Q3 and Q4 not have the same BF values in the picture of the Spice model i have attached?
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number of independent energy-storage elements in this circuit?

So I practiced various examples of modeling electrical cricuits and mehanical circuits. I stumbled upon this one: and it's same as this: now with these direct substitutions: $$k=\frac{1}{L},\;B=\...
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Simulating an Electric Car Battery in LTSpice

I am sorry if this is a general question: Does anyone know who to simulate an Electric Vehicle Battery (EVB) in LTSpice (or other free downloadable software)? Are there models I can download online? ...
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IGBT modelling from datasheet

how to model igbt from the APT150GN120J datasheet. ...
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How to fix ngspice simulation of Cree XLAMP CXB1507

I'm trying to simulate the 36V Cree XLAMP CXB1507 (spice model) using kicad+ngspice. When I try simulate it gives the following error: .model cxb1507 36v d is=6.15257e-19 n=32.22321 rs=9.82504 xti=...
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Lithium Ion Battery Model in LTSpice

I am looking for a model I can use in LTspice for a a Lithium Ion battery. It is a pulsed load and I want to see things like heat losses and discharge time. Is there an existing model I can utilize ...
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Loopstick (ferrite rod) antenna circuit model

A ferrite rod antenna circuit equivalent is usually given as so: The numbers are made up, I didn't calculate the exact C you need to have to make it resonate at 1 MHz. Here's a slightly more ...
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Modeling IF transformers in PSpice

How can I create an "IF AMPLIFIER TRANSFORMERS" in PSpice? Which one should I choose? "Forward" or "Two Winding"? And if there is no problem, just according to this site ...
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Modelling an STM Tip current

As part of a current-to-voltage preamplifier that I'm working on improving, I'm trying to model the current source of an scanning tunneling microscope (STM). The way it works is described below (based ...
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How can I adequately recreate a signal with a biphase line code after band-pass filter in python?

I want to create a python model of a transmitter. The transmitter uses a biphase line code, which looks like this (from a datasheet): Additionally, the datasheet states that the signal is "...
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Can I use the Coulomb Counting Method to estimate the SOC of a battery being charged by PV panels?

I have seen a couple questions about Coulomb Counting, but I have not found anything defining an "outside source" providing the current to the battery, this questions might be close, How to ...
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Modeling the discharge efficency of grid connected energy storage systems

Short form A battery has a charge and discharge efficiency of \$95\$%. The initial SoC is \$3 \text{ MWh}\$. It charges for an hour with \$1 \text{ MW}\$, then discharges for an hour with \$1 \text{ ...
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Wireless tagging for beginners

I will preface this question with a caveat: I'm a reasonably talented programmer, but an absolute novice in electronics. This will be my first project. My dad has a 1/19th scale model railway. I'd ...
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LTspice: reverse biased diode fails in ac analysis

I want to read out the diode saturation current with ac analysis. In this example, 100uA. Hence I bias the diode at -1V where the diode current is effectively the saturation current (*-1). It works ...
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How to write subcircuits netlists in Spice with multiplicity factors?

I am trying to port a behavioral device model from Cadence Spectre to Spice. In Spectre it is very easy to instantiate multiple parallel instances of a subcircuit automatically - one just calls the ...
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What is the “DanTherm” model in the SOATherm library in LTSpice?

LTSpice's SOATherm symbol has a "user-defined" option in the models list but I can't find any documentation on how to use it. Out of curiosity I opened the .lib file and there is a user-...
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diode equivalent circuit model AC analysis

I've understood the small-signal analysis for the diode, like how is the value for rd derived. But here are somethings i don't understand: How is capacitance of the diode dependent on the frequency ...
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Does the Shockley diode equation apply to Schottky diodes and non-silicon diodes?

As I'm sure most people here know, the Shockley diode equation is $$ I_d=I_s[e^{\frac{V_d}{nV_t}}-1] $$ Notice that none of the quantities here other than \$I_s\$ and \$n\$ are dependent on the diode ...
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Information on LTSpice switching regulator macromodels?

I have read this Design Note 12 from Linear Technologies titled “An Op Amp SPICE Macromodel”. I was wondering if there is similar technical information about the macromodels of switching regulators (...
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RCS data analysis. [CADFEKO]

I have simulated radar cross-section (RCS) data of a small drone using CADFEKO. I'm using MATLAB to do the data analysis part. I have tried the histograms, heatmaps, error bars comparisons but still ...
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Where does Zi = hie+1(1+hfe)RE come from in a BJT from Hybrid Model?

I've been struggling to understand how to get to this expression without knowing about re model (actually, still knowing about it, I can't get to understand this). In a BJT in, how does one get to Zi ...
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LDO datasheet parameter extraction

In similarity to previous question Ron setting of LDO. Unfortunately I assumed gain of the error amplifier and trial and error method I matched with dropout curve in the datasheet. Query: How to ...
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Count the clock cycle using LTSpice

I had been using these modeling technique for counting number of clock cycles. Delay is created and inverted - to get small positive edge of the clock and count numbers is charged based on the number ...
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Motor specifications - how to compute allowable running time for power levels between the continuous and peak specs?

Say a motor is rated for 20 N·m continuous torque, and 35 N·m peak (peak = for no more than 30 seconds). Alternatively it may be specified at with continuous/peak currents, but if the motor efficiency ...
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Are my equations correct for a simple lithium ion battery model in Python?

I am trying to create a simple battery model in Python based on the RC circuit from, http://firsttimeprogrammer.blogspot.com/2015/07/electric-circuits-101-rc-and-rl-circuits.html. I have attached ...
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Converting a Lithium Ion Model from a Foster Network to a Cauer Network

It is possible to convert common thermal RC-models between the Foster form and the Cauer form, as seen here: I was wondering if and how this is possible with lithium-ion cell models, which commonly ...
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Capacitance multiplier

In my device I'm using a "capacitance multiplier" to filter DC-DC output voltage. That's my schematic: In Multisim simulation I've achieved necessary output parameters, but when I soldered my PCB and ...
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Lumped parameter vs transmission line model for a piece of cable

I would like to model a piece of cable (less than 5m) over a frequency range of DC to \$1\mathrm{MHz}\$. I am however doubting if I can approximate it by a lumped parameter model (mainly at \$1\mathrm{...
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RF Communication Simulation Software

I was wondering about free software for modelling RF communications, such as creating a transponder equipment line up, changing equipment parameters etc and modelling performances like BER, S/N, Phase ...
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Parameter extraction of MOSFET

I need to extract the parameters of MOSFET to study how all these parameters are getting affected by stress on silicon chips. If you guyz have good reference from which I can look into this topic?
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Diode N value less than 1 for temperature sweep

I have seen many manufactures using diodes N<1 for their PSpice model and LTSpice model diodes so I tried to run temperature sweep in LTSpice and PSpice In LTSpice if N<1 DC sweep eg:1m with ....
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How to model a real diode 1N4148?

In my university EE lab we were working with a 1N4148 diode to rectify half a sine wave and measure the RMS value of the current in a simple circuit. To the left is the circuit we had to make and to ...
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References for writing spice model code?

I'm currently looking into building my own spice models from datasheet specs to ensure accuracy. Are there any references for this sort of thing? I've looked around online and haven't found anything ...
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In practice, what is the difference between the “nominal plant model” and the “plant model”?

I am reading a book on nonlinear control and disturbance rejection, and in many examples, they distinguish between the "plant model" \$G_p(s)\$ and the "nominal plant model" \$G_p(s)\$. They also add ...
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Incorporating ALD1106 SPICE model in LTspice

I'm trying to incorporate a SPICE model of an NMOS IC, the ALD1106. I've used it before in class, but it's been so long that I've forgotten how to incorporate the files into LTspice in order to ...
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What is conductor to conductor to shield capacitance?

I am using 6.5 ft (2 meters) BELDEN 9154 shielded twisted pair cable for a sub 1 MHz application and I wanted to make a model of the cable for some simulations. The datasheet of the cable lists two ...
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How to accurately model a load when designing a circuit?

Imagine you have to design an intermediate stage of an existing circuit because it requires a new functionality. How do you model the rest of the circuit that yours will feed into? For instance, if ...
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Delay implementation in PSpice

1.I have been using oscillator circuit as Parametric delay block with the help of other sub blocks at the output/around. Second method is RC for the delay at the output of any circuit (ABM) or ...
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Voltage spreading to resistors network

I want to model several electrodes (say 3) and GND on a resistive substrate. simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab To characterise it, I apply a current on one electrode ...
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Brushless DC motor steady-state performance modeling

For a brushed DC motor, there are the well-known differential equations describing the electrical and mechanical behaviour: \$V_a-i_aR_a-L_a\frac{d}{dt}i_a-k_e\omega_a=0\$ \$k_ti_a-J\frac{d}{dt}\...
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Mathematical Model for SiC MOSFET C2M0080120D, transconductance and capacities [closed]

I am currently trying to use the model described in the paper "An Improved Analytical Model for Predicting the Switching Performance of SiC MOSFETs" in MathLab to simulate/imitate it. The paper can be ...
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Test cases for for OTA in LTSpice

Here is a component OTA provided by LTSpice which has inverting non inverting common and output node. I am in process of modelling this OTA behavior form LTSpice to PSpice. I reffered this link for ...
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Low-Speed CANbus Common-Mode Choke Insertion Loss

I'm designing a low-speed CAN transceiver breakout-board (schematic below) and I'm trying to select the proper choke to use to reduce common-mode noise. I've found a few common-mode chokes meant ...

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