Im using PSPICE and I want to connect a PMOS with the Vdd source.
Do you know what is the Vdd's symbol at PSPICE, because I use VDC source and its not working..
Hi, I'm new to "allaboutcircuits". In searching the web for "pspice forum" I came across this site. It looks to me quite well visited, so I jumped in. I'm from Germany, so bear with me if I express myself strangely sometimes :)
Ok, now for my question: I'm a senior electronics engineer with little experience in Pspice.
I was working on my project and i keep on getting No pspice Template for Q1, ignoring . (Transistor) Whenever i try to run simulation . Although i didnt get the transistor lib in the pspice folder , so tried something silly by adding the transistor lib into the pspice folder , i have looked everywhere for a solution .
I'm new to PSpice and I'm working on a project for school. My professor sent me a .CIR file that he created in MacSpice so I could get used to the programming style and try to run it on my computer. The problem is I have a PC so I'm using PSpice, not MacSpice. When I try to run his file I get a whole bunch of error notifications.
Is there any way to run his MacSpice file in PSpice?
Hi, I am currently working on a university project that utilises piezoelectric sensors. To amplify the output from my sensor I have designed a charge amplifier which I am building in PSpice so that I can get simulation information for the gain and operational bandwidth.
Hi, I'm working on designing a LC network to amplify voltage. The input of the network is a bisinusoidal waveform. I am interested in simulating output of my network.
Now, the question is, as I know, the power source in pspice is limited to sine wave, square, etc. But it does not contain a source of bisinusoidal waveform. So, I am wondering is it possible to use pspice to simulate my circuit?
I need to create a custom Pspice model and I found a couple files on the manufacturer's website. I tried saving the .lib file and renaming it with the .lib extension and copying the file into Tools > Pspice > Library, but Pspice wouldn't recognize it. Obviously, I did it wrong. What's the correct procedure?
Okay so i have this circuit i am having trouble with, and no i am not building this
I am using a 34,500 AC voltage source that is stepped down to about 6000 VAC and rectified to a DC voltage source so it can charge up a large amount of capacitors.
Why am i getting negative numbers for voltage and amps?
that does not make any sense to me
Also, to get the voltage from 34.5k to 6k, how do i s