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There are, however, datasheets of the component available for online reference. I’m looking at LTSpice.

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Depending on the component the dataaheet method is to use a. MODEL card for basic elements transistors, diodes or for more complex components ICs like Opamps, Regulators, etc you can use either a sub-circuit model made up of basic elements or a behavioral model using formulas to approximate behaviour. This can get very complicated very quickly, how complex depends on how accurate you need the component to simulate, and requires pretty detailed knowledge of the component type so you know which datasheet parameters are important, how they translate to SPICE parameters, etc.

As complex as this looks, 2wj50 can use the defaults for 2j50 and just alter the basics like the Bf BetaVje b-e voltageCje base emitter capacitanceCjc, etc.

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It’s helpful to look at the various models that come with LTSpice to get an idea of things. The help provides a lot of useful information, so read it thoroughly.

Also, google for info on the models, you should find plenty – for instance, here is an excellent document on the Gummel-Poon model and how to use it. You need to be clear as to what you mean by component. Spice natively models transistors dahasheet elements, it is pluggable to put your own “C” models in not all version can do this but then you have to understand how SPICE works to make the models correctly.

For larger more complex devices you can use macro-models dataseet the more modern trend is to use Verilog-A. Here is a very good tutorial on how to build a. Just to give a little more information here: By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Everyone 1, 5 23 Can you narrow it down a bit?

What sort of component are we talking about? Well, I’m looking at the 2SJ50 at the moment. I have the same problem as you do. These links helped me – h-renrew. MODEL card for basic elements transistors, diodes or for more complex components ICs like Opamps, Regulators, etc you can datxsheet either a sub-circuit model made up of basic elements or a behavioral model using formulas to approximate behaviour This can get very complicated very quickly, how complex depends on how accurate you need the component to simulate, and requires pretty detailed knowledge of the 2s5j0 type so you know which datasheet parameters are important, how they translate to SPICE parameters, etc.

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I fear I may be out of my depth trying to build a model Link only answers tend to be frowned upon as fatasheet links can break rendering the answer useless. Perhaps you could summarise the link or expand the answer a datxsheet. Tom – You are correct and thanks for the feedback. I’ve added a bit more that hopefully makes the answer more “standalone”.

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