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Michael Rothacher 9th February 2013 09:55 PM

Simulating SITs
 
ZM asked me about this in the L'Amp thread and I've written up a mini article in case it should be of use elsewhere.

Look here: Audiohobby.com | DIY Audio Projects & More

Zen Mod 9th February 2013 10:01 PM

Merci beaucoup , Mr. MR

;)

one quickie question , but don't feel obliged to even think of it , if you didn't already messed with - had you any experience with 2SK60 ?

Zen Mod 9th February 2013 10:10 PM

btw. , shoot >sasica5@gmail.com< ;
have something , to reply with

Michael Rothacher 9th February 2013 11:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zen Mod (Post 3363158)
one quickie question , but don't feel obliged to even think of it , if you didn't already messed with - had you any experience with 2SK60 ?

I haven't tried those. No one has sent me any for proper disposal. :)

generg 10th February 2013 07:53 PM

Hi Mike, :D

I tried to build the SK82 SIT with your text in my Multisim....

and I build the small test circuit of your homepage...

when I run the simulation occurs an error and the assistents says he does not know the parameter "KP" "Mu" "VCT"...etc.

I must say I am an baby in building parts and I suppose I did not find the subcategory "triode" in my MultiSim 11...:usd:

Michael Rothacher 10th February 2013 08:14 PM

Recopy the text from my blog Audiohobby.com | DIY Audio Projects & More. I was doing some editing in the wee hours. Sounds like you're missing a + in front of PARAMS.

The category matters not, I use the JFET symbol and wire the pins up in the component wizard, then you just paste the model text in.

generg 10th February 2013 08:29 PM

Thanks Mike for prompt answer! I will try tomorrow!

Bedtime....:)

Michael Rothacher 10th February 2013 09:58 PM

2 Attachment(s)
Since many members use LTSpice, here's an example:

Zen Mod 10th February 2013 10:19 PM

:devily:

how to make "hypotethical" model of counterpart ?

Michael Rothacher 10th February 2013 11:52 PM

Your wish is my command:

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