<@U01B3SP7E1Z> xschem is quite flexible for netlis...
# analog-design
@User xschem is quite flexible for netlist generation. When you create a new component you define how the component gets netlisted in the spice netlist. One example is the standard
component where you can specify an arbitrary equation for voltage or current. Another example is the
that models an ideal switch. VerilogA primitives could easily be created and placed in a schematic and should link to some compiled verilogA code. I have not done specific tests on ngspice, i did that in the past on Hspice.
@Stefan Schippers this is very helpful. Thank you for the clarification on how that works!