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Thread: How do I use an ADS model in the latest version of Genesys


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etroy

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How do I use an ADS model in the latest version of Genesys
Posted: Apr 27, 2012 4:43 PM
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I am working on a new project where I need a non-linear model for an LDMOS transistor. I have been assured that the latest Genesys software supports most (or all) transistor models. Thus, if a company, like NXP or Freescale, publishes an ADS model for their device, I should be able to use it in Genesys, since Genesys supports the same models.

But, the problem is that if I download an ADS model, for, say, a Freescale MRFE6VP560H device, I am clueless as to how to use it in Genesys. (I have the latest version.)

How do I use this model in Genesys? Do I need a conversion program, or am I simply missing the point?

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Ed
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Re: How do I use an ADS model in the latest version of Genesys
Posted: May 1, 2012 5:06 PM   in response to: etroy in response to: etroy
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Dear Ed-

This sounds picky, perhaps... I couldn't find the "Freescale MRFE6VP560H device" you mentioned. Reason i wanted it was so I could take a shot at a specific answer to your specific question.

Be well...

Mark
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Re: How do I use an ADS model in the latest version of Genesys
Posted: Sep 5, 2012 6:20 AM   in response to: mingal in response to: mingal
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Dear Mingal,

I have also faced the same problem. I am using the latest LDMOS deviecs from free scale. But all the models of this deviecs are compatible only for ADS. But I have Genesys and How to make use of the ADS models ( design kits) in Genesys.

wether new version of Genesys -2012.01 has any provision to use ADS model kits.

Please reply with your valuable suggestions

regards

bvrax

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