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Old 7th August 2005, 05:12 PM   #1
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Default 2SK209/2SJ106 SPICE models?

Does anyone have SPICE models for 2SK209 and 2SJ106 JFETs?
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Thanks.

I still need a model for 2SK209, if anyone has one.
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I still need a model for 2SK209, if anyone has one.
I don't, but I have the datasheet, if that helps.
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I already obtained the datasheet from Toshiba's website. I don't know why they don't have any models for their devices there too.
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I don't know why they don't have any models for their devices there too.
Don't know either, but those "exotic" transistors are often hard to find too. Not sure who sells them...

I bet you could write a Spice model yourself from the data in the datasheet. N-JFETs are a base model in Spice, so you kinda only have to put the right parameters, and there you go. I'm not too keen on that, but maybe someone can help you with that...
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