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SN65MLVD200A...modifying IBIS model

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Can you please assist with the customer's inquiry below?  Thank you

 

 

Contact's Information


Date Opened:          7/19/2010 02:23:04 PM
Company Name:      Aeroflex
Contact Name:        Tom Sutton
Contact Phone:        (949) 362-2260 x17
Contact Email:         tom.sutton@aeroflex.com
Address:                  120 Columbia Dr.Suite 200
City and State:         Aliso Viejo, CA
Postal Code:            92656

Customer's Application

GPN:                       SN65MLVD200A
Non GPN:              

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GEN, Semiconductor Technical Support, www-k.ext.ti.com, SN65MLVD200A

I want to use the SN65MLVD200A on my system. I want to simulate my system with SPICE. I was wondering if there is a SPICE model of the SN65MLVD200A. If there is a SPICE model does it include the resistors, etc. shown on the Equivalent Input and Output Schematic Diagrams in the datasheet ?

The customer reply with the following. I am not familiar with using the IBIS model. I am trying to use this model to drive a transmission line model of the cable I am using. I am using Mentor Graphics ELDO simulator, which is a SPICE simulator very similar to the HSPICE SPICE simulator. The ELDO simulator can use the IBIS model, and the ELDO manual has one example of using an IBIS model. But the example in the ELDO manual is not very clear on how to include the call in the ELDO input file to call the IBIS model. Is there someone who can tell me how to make the call in a generic SPICE input file to call the SN65MLVD200A IBIS model? I am just trying to do a simple simulation of putting an input into a SN65MLVD200A and then having the SN65MLVD200A driving the transmission line model of the cable I am using.



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