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CSD17313Q2: CSD173113Q2 turn on vs PSpice

Part Number: CSD17313Q2

Hi Team,

Please see my test and simulation data below.  My questions are:

1. Will the CSD17313Q2 simulation model accurately predict Crss in the datasheet?

2. Is there a method to accurately predict the miller plateau voltage with different Vds values?  My test results match the PSpice simulation, however figure 4 in the datasheet is higher.

I am using the CSD17313Q2 in a resistive load application. I am using the LMG1020YFFR as the gate driver.  In this test data my series gate resistor is 13.7k ohms, although I have test data for smaller and larger values if we need it.  The PSpice simulation snapshot is shown below, however I need to add 100 pF miller capacitance to get the simulation to line up with the measurement.  I have purposely eliminated the PCB parasitics where I could, however did not notch out the internal layers underneath the MOSFET as I anticipated just 5-10pF of interplane capacitance.  I am surprised that I need 100pF additional Crss in the PSpice simulation to match my test data.

Channel 1 = Blue = Ids
Channel 2 = Red = Vds
Channel 3 = Light Blue = Vgs = 0V to 10V
Channel 4 = Green = 3.3V

The simulation below shows the results with 100pF added as shown in the schematic.

The simulation below shows the results without any additional capacitance added.