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Error in Hyperlynx Analog simulation > illegal node and error in diablo function

Question asked by Luckii on Nov 27, 2013
Latest reply on Dec 2, 2013 by jduquette

Working in schematic design circuit simulation, It is an power filter design using Powerfactor controller (PFC) While runing Simulation I am facing the below errors.

 

..\..\sym\NCP1607.mod(2): error -- ground is an illegal node in the definition of subcircuit ncp1607.

..\..\sym\NCP1607.mod(61): error -- Error in DIABLO function diablo163.

 

 

For >> "ground is an illegal node in the definition of subcircuit ncp1607."

 

Procedure followed

 

1. Vendor supplied PSpice model library converted through Pspice converter in Dxdesigner.

2. Symbol pin number checked appropriately with the pin name and it is consistent as per Spice file header node.

 

Query >> Eventhough pin and node consistency exist, facing ground is an illegal node error. How to identify the cause for this error

 

FOR >>  Error in DIABLO function diablo163

 

Spice file command line appears as below

 

D_Activeclamp_D20         N_0036 N_0037 D1N5234

E_Activeclamp_ABM11         N_0037 0 func(1) vdd 0 diablo163

.FUNC

diablo163(a1)

{

value  a1 +2;

return value;

}

.ENDFUNC

 

 

Query >> Any syntax based error exist in the spice code. How to identify the cause for this error.

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