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[Help-gnucap] gnucap question: What is this ?

From: Vaclav Peroutka
Subject: [Help-gnucap] gnucap question: What is this ?
Date: Thu, 06 Aug 2009 21:07:28 +0200 (CEST)


I compiled gnucap 20090723 and want to simulate audio phasing circuit with 
LF356. In old Winspice it works but here I get messages below. How can I 
explain that V is voltage source, R is resistor etc ?

Thank you in advance,

$ /opt/gnucap-20090723/bin/gnucap af-6th-phaser.ckt
Gnucap 2009.07.23 RCS 26.112                                                    
The Gnu Circuit Analysis Package                                                
Never trust any version less than 1.0                                           
Copyright 1982-2007, Albert Davis                                               
Gnucap comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY                                        
This is free software, and you are welcome                                      
to redistribute it under the terms of                                           
the GNU General Public License, version 3 or later.                             
See the file "COPYING" for details.                                             
J1 80 102 12 JM1                                                                
^ ? J: no match                                                                 
J2 90 103 12 JM2                                                                
^ ? J: no match                                                                 
.MODEL JM1 PJF (IS=3.1500E-11 BETA=9.2528E-04 VTO=-1.000000E                    
           ^ ? model: "PJF" no match                                            
.MODEL JM2 PJF (IS=2.8500E-11 BETA=9.2528E-04 VTO=-9.990000E                    
           ^ ? model: "PJF" no match                                            
Vin 1 0 SIN(0 1 4k 1NS 0) AC 1 DC 0                                             
^ ? what's this?                                                                
Vccp 100 0 DC 12 AC 0                                                           
^ ? what's this?                                                                
Vccn 110 0 DC -12 AC 0                                                          

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