The 'simulator-engine' protel uses is XSpice, an extended Spice3.
It is very powerful and you can substitute almost any
'non-standard-Spice-structure' of e.g. PSpice. IsSpice uses the
XSpice-engine too, so it might be just a very small problem to fix in the
IsSpice-model to become accepted by the protel simulator.
There is not much literature about XSpice available in the net, the original
manual comes from the georgia institute of technology in
atlanta/georgia/usa, you can order one there (but it is not free, i guess).
The www.intusoft.com page is a good point to start searching.

Rolf Molitor
Ingenieurbuero i2e
Remscheid/Germany

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: "Duane Foster" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
An: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Gesendet: Dienstag, 2. April 2002 21:24
Betreff: [PEDA] spice models


> We've recently started using circuit simulation here.  While trying to
> simulate a PWM, we discovered it is an 'IsSpice' model.
> Any good tips for finding a Protel compatible model source...  purchased
or
> otherwise...  would be appreciated.
>
> How about 'IsSpice' to Pspice conversion ( seems like a longshot, but i'll
> just put it out there )
>
> Thanks
> Duane Foster

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