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Import the OPA380 pspice model into ADS
Part Number: BQ25504
I need to simulate bq25504 IC from Texas Instrument in ADS, I got the TINA spice file. i contacted ADS support centre regarding this. They are saying as,the file that i got is encrypted binary. I cannot import encrypted SPICE to ADS. I can only import unencrypted SPICE to ADS. Now how can i get ADS supported spice file.
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Texas Instruments Inc
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