I am trying to copy some research work carried out in these papers (http://in4.iue.tuwien.ac.at/pdfs/sisdep1991/pdfs/Massobrio_62.pdf, http://stuff.mit.edu/afs/sipb/project/wine/dosdevices/z:/mit/lugia/MacData/afs.course.lockers/6/6.151/www/papers/ISFET_papers/spicemodelisfet.pdf).
Both texts mention making alterations to model equations and page 339 of this guide (http://www.electronics-lab.com/downloads/schematic/013/tutorial/PSPCREF.pdf) says that the device equations are in C files which I can't find in the program files. I'm assuming that this is because I'm only using the Demo version and so these aren't included.
Does anyone know either,
How could I model an ISFET without altering equations or
What version of PSPICE do I need to get C file code visability and where do I get it from.
Kind regards for any help.
You would need access to the Device Equations Development Kit to modify the fundamental device equations within the modelling application. This access has to be granted by Cadence and you need to sign a license agreement to use the Kit. You would need to contact the Cadence office, or Cadence Channel Partner, in your region with your requirements to take this any further.