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Cadence virtuoso has a built in s-parameter modelling using SP analysis. Is there a possible way to export this s-parameter model to LTSpice?

If not, how can we model an FR-4 Lossy channel in ltspice for a 20dB attenuation and length 30 inch?
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If that is also impossible, how to model a channel to induce noise characteristics as that of a channel?
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Offline gopikagopikrishnanTopic starter

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Importing a model from one spice simulator to another
« on: January 20, 2024, 12:43:22 pm »
To model an FR-4 lossy channel for chip level desgning of high speed circuits.
 

Offline Kean

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Re: Importing a model from one spice simulator to another
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2024, 10:02:45 am »
A terrible use of the poll feature

And how does this belong under open source hardware section?
 
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