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Part Number: MSP430FR2311
Tool/software: WEBENCH® Design Tools
I'm trying to import the MSP430FR2311_SAC TINA model to Cadence Virtuoso.
What I have done is I copy the code from TINA and open a Pspice text editor in Virtuoso and paste it. But it shows that:
Fatal error found by parser during PSPICE read-in.Fatal: MTS mode must be enabled for netlist with `pspice_include'. Add `+mts' in Spectre command.
So how to import this TINA model to Cadence Virtuoso or how to fix this problem?
I am not familiar with Cadence Virtuoso, but based on the error it looks like you need to add +mts option. There is some mention of the +mts option in the link below, but sounds like it was made default in 2015 and should not be required in newer versions of Cadence.
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