Hi,

I reviewed the help section on the Symbolically defined device (SDD) definitions: http://edocs.soco.agilent.com/display/ads2011/Custom+Modeling+with+Symbolically-Defined+Devices#CustomModelingwithSymbolically-DefinedDevices-1104232

However I couldn't solve how to model my device. I have a nonlinear device whose current-voltage relation is given as:

I(t)=V*{sin(wt)+3sin(wt)}

where the applied voltage is V(t)=V*sin(wt).

Do you have any idea on how to insert those sin(wt) and sin(3wt) terms in the device equation?

Thanks in advance.

Edited by: carbon9 on Jul 25, 2014 7:01 AM

I reviewed the help section on the Symbolically defined device (SDD) definitions: http://edocs.soco.agilent.com/display/ads2011/Custom+Modeling+with+Symbolically-Defined+Devices#CustomModelingwithSymbolically-DefinedDevices-1104232

However I couldn't solve how to model my device. I have a nonlinear device whose current-voltage relation is given as:

I(t)=V*{sin(wt)+3sin(wt)}

where the applied voltage is V(t)=V*sin(wt).

Do you have any idea on how to insert those sin(wt) and sin(3wt) terms in the device equation?

Thanks in advance.

Edited by: carbon9 on Jul 25, 2014 7:01 AM

Now on the first port you can have I ( 1,0 ) = _v1 * 4 * _v2. Since _v2 is sin(wt), you now have I = v * (sin(wt) + 3*sin(wt)).

(Note: I had to use parentheses instead of brackets in one place because the brackets were interepreted as markup and there doesn't seem to be any markup for verbatim code.

Edited by: Matt Bruensteiner on Jul 25, 2014 12:16 PM

Edited by: Matt Bruensteiner on Jul 25, 2014 12:17 PM