i try to use ad8338 spice model, but it doesn't work, there is an error in line 72. Any suggestion how to solve it?
Over the years, different companies have added supersets to the basic spice commands.
The "Limit" function is quite useful, but as you noted, TINA doesn't like it. We do try to
write spice models with only the basic Spice 2g6 syntax, but the limit function is quite
useful and most simulators now handle it.
What simulator are you using?
What kind of simulation? AC, Transient, etc.
Why do you think it "doesn't work?" Accuracy off by 1%, frequency response wrong? Simulation
won't converge? etc.
Why do you think line 72 is the problem?
Did your simulator provide an error log?
I'm trying to import AD8338.cir file in Tina 9, using Macro wizard.
With Others Analog spice model it works. The reported error log is "invalid function name:LIMIT Line:72" in AD8338 model
Thank you in advance
Ok, it works with another simulator, it seems to be a Tina problem.
Might be a bit late..but
I also have been through this. There are different Spice syntax types e.g. Berkeley SPICE3 which some simulators can't handle. There's nothing wrong with Tina-Ti. It's great.
The support from manufacturers of the IC's is the problem not being able to help with these models. One model can work with one simulator but not another!! Frustrating.
2 lines have to be re-written in the AD8338 model for Tina-Ti.
This is the sort of answer we want from manufacturers!!!
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