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PSPICE Software guide

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Microelectronic Circutis software - PSPICE
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PSPICE Software guide

  1. 1. DISCLAIMER: While the document has attempted to make the information as accurate as possible, the information on this document is for personal and/or educational use only and is provided in good faith without any express or implied warranty. There is no guarantee given as to the accuracy or currency of any individual items. The document does not accept responsibility for any loss or damage occasioned by use of the information contained and acknowledges credit of author(s) where ever due. While the document makes every effort to ensure the availability and integrity of its resources, it cannot guarantee that these will always be available, and/or free of any defects, including viruses. Users should take this into account when accessing the resources. All access and use is at the risk of the user and owner reserves that right to control or deny access. Information, notes, models, graph etc. provided about subjects, topics, units, courses and any other similar arrangements for course/paper, are an expression to facilitate ease of learning and dissemination of views/personal understanding and as such they are not to be taken as a firm offer or undertaking. The document reserves the right to discontinue or vary such subjects, topic, units, courses, or arrangements at any time without notice and to impose limitations on accessibility in any course. PSPICE Software Guide, First Edition Copyright © 2013 Akshansh ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Presented by: Akshansh Chaudhary Graduate of BITS Pilani, Dubai Campus Batch of 2011 Course content by: Dr. Jagadish Nayak Then Faculty, BITS Pilani, Dubai Campus Layout design by: AC Creations © 2013 The course content was prepared during Spring, 2013. More content available at: www.Akshansh.weebly.com
  2. 2. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary Ques. 1  Make the following circuit  The solution is mentioned in the question.
  3. 3. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary Ques. 2  Make the following circuit  Go to Pspice> New Simulation Profile  Select DC Sweep and tick the following options - 1. Primary Sweep 2. Parametric Sweep 3. Temperature (Sweep) Then, change the following values >
  4. 4. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary
  5. 5. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Click OK  After you press the run command>
  6. 6. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Go to Trace> Add Trace  Add the curve for Ic (Q2) (Q2 - The number of the transistor you have used)  You'll get a curve like this -
  7. 7. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Under the Semantic, go to Simulation > Edit Profile (for editing the simulation profile made before)  Run again. You'll get a curve like this-
  8. 8. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary Ques. 3  Make the following circuit -  Go to Pspice> New Simulation Profile  Click Bias Point Analysis in the dialog box that opens  Run the Simulation.
  9. 9. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary
  10. 10. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary Ques. 4  Make new simulation profile and use AC sweep for the analysis. A dialog box appears, as shown -
  11. 11. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Click OK and Run the simulation.  Semantic dialog box will open with a plane graph as shown -
  12. 12. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Now,  The final graph (For finding the magnitude of voltage gain) after adding trace -  (NOTE - Addition of trace might not be necessary. You might just directly get the graph on running).
  13. 13. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Now, for finding the phase of voltage -
  14. 14. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Run the Simulation and see the graph -  Now, for finding the TRANSIENT RESPONSE -
  15. 15. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Now, create a new simulation profile for Transient analysis with the following values -  The graph for transient response at the output is -
  16. 16. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Now, for the graph of transient response at collector, change the probe as -  Run the simulation and see the graph - (Almost the same as the first one).
  17. 17. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary Ques. 5  Construct the circuit as shown in the figure - (This is the same circuit as in question 4, except that it is used for Bias point analysis, meaning that we basically want the values of various parameters used in our circuit. So, for that, by standard procedure, the DC sources are removed and Capacitors are short circuited.)  Now, Make a new simulation profile and Select Bias Point analysis in the dialog box that opens.
  18. 18. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Now, we have the values. Next, make the following circuit in which - 1. We replace BJT by its High Frequency model (present in the textbook) 2. Calculate the values of the Circuit parameters (i.e, the variables used in the following circuit) (using the formulas from the textbook) 3. Use those values in the circuit and go further.
  19. 19. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  All of the above was done to find this small signal equivalent circuit.  Now, using this circuit, we have to repeat whatever was done in question 4.  For AC SWEEP, Create a new simulation profile and select AC Sweep in it. Make the adjustments as shown in the figure.
  20. 20. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Click OK and run the simulation.  The figure will be now showing the values as shown, and, a new window will open for Semantic, having a blank graph.
  21. 21. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Now, put the probe at the collector side and right click the wire to note the value of the node, to be used in the graph.
  22. 22. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Do the AC analysis on the equivalent circuit.  Then, solve question 4 in the same way.  The required graph for AC Sweep is as shown -  Now, changing the position of the probe and plotting another graph, as shown -
  23. 23. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Run the simulation to get the following graph -  Now, finding for the TRANSIENT RESPONSE
  24. 24. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Now, create a new simulation profile for Transient analysis.
  25. 25. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Click OK and Run the simulation. We get the following graph -  Next, change the position of the probe to get the final graph as shown -
  26. 26. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Done.
  27. 27. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary Ques. 6  Make the following circuit - (reference - Sedra and Smith 5th edition) (International version - pg. 356-358 Adopted version - pg. 451-453)
  28. 28. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  A dialog box opens. It is edited as shown -
  29. 29. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Save changes to the library you have just edited. (with any name)  Go to Pspice, New Simulation Profile.  In the dialog box that opens, click on BIAS point analysis (to check that the MOSFET) is properly biased.  Now, Run the Simulation.  Next, make another new Simulation Profile for the AC Analysis.
  30. 30. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Run the simulation and add the trace as told above. We get the following graph -
  31. 31. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary
  32. 32. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary Ques. 7  Just like it was done for Ques. 5, now, we again have to make the small signal equivalent of the circuit in Question 6.  For that, we first of all do the BIAS POINT ANALYSIS of the circuit (with DC Sources removed and capacitor SC).  Then, we replace the MOSFET with a high frequency model and solve for all the parameters used in the circuit (using the formulas from the textbook).  Bias Point Analysis Circuit -
  33. 33. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Make a new simulation profile for Bias Point Analysis and Run the simulation. The following circuit is got -  Now, making the small signal equivalent circuit for Frequency response of the CS Amplifier -
  34. 34. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Make a new simulation profile and run the program.  A blank graph is obtained.  Now, to add trace to it, go to the following wire and note the value of the node. That has to be added as a trace.
  35. 35. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary  Plotting gives the final graph -
  36. 36. Microelectronic Circuits PSpice Assignment Guide ECE/EEE/EIE Branch Akshansh Chaudhary

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