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    MOSFET soi, to use LTSpice

    In MOSFET SOI I don't find the LTSPICE usage model.
    Does anyone have the template or file or website you have?

    SOI: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silicon_on_insulator

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    Re: MOSFET soi, to use LTSpice

    LTSpice is meant for IC applications support and the MOSFET
    models they provide are meant for the discrete transistors
    such applications would want. Low voltage SOI CMOS is not
    that. So Linear Tech (ADI) will have zero motivation to pull
    in and support BSIMSOI or whatever. Just not relevant to
    them.

    If you are going to find a model that LTSpice can digest, or
    a workaround using some more common model, that's likeliest
    to be found in the Yahoo! LTSpice and LTSpice_Files groups.
    Not sure about capitalization on the "files" one but you'll find
    cross-links on the main LTSpice group page.

    Maybe you should use NGSpice and your choice of schematic
    front end, NGSpice has more complete / up-to-date compact
    models set.



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