• LTspice – any waveform voltage source.

    During simulation, sometimes we need a voltage source with a specific waveform. LTspice gives us the ability to create a text file with waveform values and then load it into the voltage source as a PWL file. Here’s how to do it.

  • Import SPICE model into TINA TI.

    One of the most popular programs for simulating electronic circuits is PSPICE. Most manufacturers of electronic components do not have their own simulation programs. But in order to facilitate the work of engineers, they provide PSPICE models of their products. Fortunately, we are not limited only to PSPICe. In this post I will show you how to import PSPICE models into TINA TI.

  • LTspice – adding an element model to the schema

    LTSpice has a large built-in library of elements. But sometimes we need an element that is not in the library. Electronics manufacturers themselves provide models of elements that they publish in the form of text files.The easiest way is to add an element to the library. But sometimes I want to be able to send someone a simulated circuit. In this case, we had to attach all the elements in the library, and someone else would have to import it. But there is another way out of this situation and I will present this solution.