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    Spice .INC file into Cadence Spectre/DFII

    Hello,

    I have a spice model for a process in .INC format.

    How can I use this file to do simulation using Cadence Spectre ?

    I would assume .include model.inc - but where do I add this ?

    Does it need to be converted ?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Spice .INC file into Cadence Spectre/DFII

    Put it the tail of some already-invoked model file chain (.scs)
    and wrap it like

    simulator lang=SPICE
    {file guts intact}
    simulator lang=spectre

    Then it should work automagically.



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    Re: Spice .INC file into Cadence Spectre/DFII

    What if I have no model file chain and this is all I am using ?



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    Re: Spice .INC file into Cadence Spectre/DFII

    Then you use the same syntax, but you have to invoke
    the inclusion yourself.



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