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semiconductor/component library on CST design studio 2010

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bwana1

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Hello, does anyone know how to use/ where to find the component libraries necessary to design any circuit on CST studio 2010? Apparently from blocks menu-circuit elements are only available some generic and "virtual" component like a generic resistor or op-amp with no package an wattage characterization and with questionable (no) pin description. I have even tried the trick to import a spice block with e.g. a real op-amp description, but most of the spice file description apparently gets lost. It looks as it were mainly a theoretical simulator, but I have for sure I'm missing some important point.
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i have the same problem as you have do you find the answer?:cry:
 

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Sorry, it's already a long time I don't deal anymore with this subject.
Anyway I didn't succeed with CST and then switched to Ansoft HFSS13 because it was more flexible and gave results more adherent to reality.
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