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Thread Starter domino89 Joined Sep 24, Do i need to edit it? Scroll to continue with content. I just did it Same as before. But arent 'nmos. So changing it to: without a dot wont change anything?

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Or this model just doesn't work I was tasting it on simple inverter and i got output signal same as input. Note that the pchannel device have "pchan" as the first word in parenthesis but the nchannel device has no indicator apparently nchannel is assumed if "pchan" is not there.

Last edited: Apr 28, Or this model just doesn't work. Are you sure you have the model text as a Directive a 'dot command' ; not a Comment? It works! My mistake was that I wasnt declaring transistor sizeing Good that it works for you.

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Dec 15, MODEL statement and those defined by the more complex. The more esoteric components such as op amps, comparators etc were defined by a more general. When SPICE not LTspice was first created, the programmers gave the user a specific number of characteristics to define certain components.

In the case of the MOSFET, this included the gate source turn on voltage, the transconductance, the resistance of the gate, source and drain connections etc. They therefore turned to the.

LTspice therefore uses the simpler. If using a 3rd party MOSFET model results in very slow simulation performance, it is probably because the model is defined using the. SUBCKT model and includes many parameters that are not necessary in getting an idea of the circuit performance.

Rg, Rd and Rs are the resistances of the bond wires connecting the die to the package. This determines the drain current that flows for a given gate source voltage. Lambda is the change in drain current with drain source voltage and is used with Kp to determine the RDSon. The capacitance of a capacitor is inversely proportional to the distance between its plates.

Part 1: LTSpice integrated circuit design: NMOS characteristics

When the MOSFET is turned on, distance between the gate and the conducting channel of the drain is equal to the thickness of the insulating gate oxide layer which is small so the gate drain capacitance is high. This can be seen on the plot of Crss. Cgs is the gate source capacitance. Although it changes slightly with gate source voltage, LTspice assumes it is constant. Is is the parasitic body diode saturation current. Rb is the series resistance of the body diode.

RDSon test jig. Check the datasheet to see how the RDSOn has been tested. It will be characterised with a certain gate-source voltage and a certain drain current.

Run the simulation. Probe the drain voltage. Probe the drain current. This changes one of the axes to read ON resistance. You may have to change the parameter Kp slightly to match the datasheet performance. Switching Time Test Jig. Check the datasheet to see how the switching times have been tested.

They will be characterised with a certain gate drive voltage, gate drive resistance and drain voltage and the response time will be characterised when the drain current ramps to a certain level. Probe the gate voltage. Left click on the Drain current axis and rescale the axis to measure slightly over the current desired drain current. The timings can now be measured. You may have to change the model capacitances slightly to meet datasheet performance.By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

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Lecture 10 - LTSpice simulation of NMOS PMOS IV curves (M2_v4)

It only takes a minute to sign up. My problem is Vload never goes high to charge the Capacitor C1. I think I am missing something very silly here.

Thank you for your help. It looks like you used a generic PMOS device. What sort of model is associated with PMOS in your simulation? Also, it looks like you have the source and drain swapped Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.

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Since it's an ideal model we can make the coil resistance as high as we like, for example 10 Mohm. I'm ignoring the Gate-Drain capacitance which is important when you want to do fast switching. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Asked 2 months ago. Active 2 months ago. Viewed 44 times. Hector Hector 8 8 bronze badges.

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It only takes a minute to sign up. I would like to know the default parameter values of nmos and pmos. Can anybody suggest me a way to know this. First, read the section on the M circuit element. These parameters are defined in a. The help file page for. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top.

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Using the voltage division properties for biasing by choosing some resistor values, the calculations result in the following voltage dividers for NPN and PMOS. Also, Vb for the NPN is 0. Now, I had to play with the circuit for quite sometime and the above seems to be the best so far. However, It is not correct. Unfortunatley, I am not getting the required output. My output is not even oscillatory, it is a constant voltage of about 5V like below:.

Can somebody please tell me what am doing wrong or how to properly build the circuit in LTSpice to get the required output?? Your circuit has nothing to do with folded cascode.

It looks like to me that you completely do not understand how folded cascode amplifier work. Or even how amplifier work. Also, you have some problems with the basics of electronics and how it relates to a real world. The corrected circuit may look like this:. And to find the theoretical voltage gain it is better to proform AC-sweep analysis in LTpsice.

Set AC input source to 1V and plot Vout in linear scale. Because in AC analysis power supply limitation don't exist. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Asked 1 year, 9 months ago. Active 1 year, 9 months ago. Viewed times. My output is not even oscillatory, it is a constant voltage of about 5V like below: Can somebody please tell me what am doing wrong or how to properly build the circuit in LTSpice to get the required output??

Raykh Raykh 8 8 bronze badges. Do you NOT see why this is a huge problem? I don't care about your earlier problems simulation slowness, or anything else.

There is a huge problem here. This is a user problem. All Spice simulators would fail to do what you want, fed this schematic. Also, why do you think there is a lambda parameter for an NPN? No idea where you are coming from since I'm actually sincerely trying to see if there is some way I may be able to help.

I'll assume it's not wanted and will step aside and allow someone else the privilege.


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