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  1. Andrea1089

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    Good afternoon,
    is it possible to import a LTspice model into Simetrix?

    The model is given by the circuit in the attachment: it's just a Laplace transform which reproduces the impedance behaviour of a passive component.
    I need to reproduce this impedance in Simetrix, so I need to export this model from LTspice and import it in Simetrix.
    How can I do this? What kind of extension do I need to use?

    Thank you very much.
     

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  2. Andrea1089

    Andrea1089

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    Any answer?
     
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  4. Andrea1089

    Andrea1089

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    Yes, that's a good suggestion, but the problem is that in a Simetrix Laplace function you cannot define a non-integer order of a singularity (pole or zero), which is necessary for my purpose. That's the reason why I switched to LTspice.
    And, well, now I've to go back to Simetrix, where I've designed the full schematic.
    Basically, my point is to import a LTspice model into the Simetrix full schematic.
     
    Last edited: Dec 13, 2017
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