From: Stefan Jahn <stefan@gr...> - 2006-04-18 08:30:41
Am Di, 18.04.2006, 10:02, schrieb thierry scordilis:
> Lets say I want to use the real S parameter of an inductor ( from
> measurements or manufacturer parameter ) then I will place an S file
> instead of a inductor, but I will still need to DC feed the base of a
> transistor ( for ex.) therefore I need to bypass the S parameter file
> for DC purposes only. It could be the same with capacitor S parameter
> file that should be DC block.
Ah. Now I see the "problem" you want to solve. Good point. I'll address
this soon for it is not such a big deal to do. Right now the S-parameter
file is always an open. But you want it to check it either to be an open
*or* short for DC, correct?
>>> when adding a inductor on a schematics, it is understood as a DC pass
>>> for the DC simulation. When describing this inductor with a S
>>> file, it could be could to add a check box in order to tell either DC
>>> block or DC pass for a S parameter file ... as it is the case in other
>> Hm. An inductor is always a DC-pass and an AC-block. I am a bit
>> confused about this. What do you actually mean?
From: Stefan Jahn <stefan@gr...> - 2006-04-28 05:41:05
Am Mo, 10.04.2006, 22:05, schrieb thierry scordilis:
> when adding a inductor on a schematics, it is understood as a DC pass
> for the DC simulation. When describing this inductor with a S parameter
> file, it could be could to add a check box in order to tell either DC
> block or DC pass for a S parameter file ... as it is the case in other
The S-parameter file component can now be used as open or short during the
DC analysis. I just send a patch implementing this. It's available
in the simulator, in the GUI the property you should look for is
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