The AcidBourbon blog gives complete instructions on how to use CD4000 series and 74HC series integrated circuits in your LTSpice simulation.
So, I was simulating a circuit in LTSpice and I wanted to use an 4000-series IC. Someone probably did that before, right? So I googled and found quite some posts mentioning the CD4000.lib or CD4000_v.lib library. But a lot of people are having quite some trouble using it. And soon I had the same issues and did not understand (it).
So let me quickly guide you through the steps that made this damn library work for me (without me necessarily understanding everything that is going on).
(The procedure is *exactly* the same for 74hc.lib, the only difference is to replace “VDD” with “VCC” everywhere.)
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