This Chapter defines a variety of more complex models which can be found in 1C systems. These models are implemented as the ideal case for simplicity of demonstration. Each model is designed to be a foundation upon which higher-order models can be written. Specifically, analog, digital, mixed signal, and mixed-system models are presented in this chapter.


Input Voltage Interface Model Model Code Lower Graph Test Circuit 
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