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If you have ever wondered about the conceptual underpinnings of PNoise analysis and don't have the time to read the papers, you might want to take a look at this post.
A paper that describes how to write flicker noise models such that they are compatible with RF simulation is in the process of being published. Flicker Noise Formulations in Compact Models by Geoffrey Coram, et al has been accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on CAD sometime in 2020.
Resistor models that demonstrate the problem and the fix are available in a GitHub repository. Also included is a circuit that shows the problem in the BSIM model. The repository includes scripts that allow you to easily run the simulations yourselves.
You should read this article if you are concerned about the accuracy of your RF noise simulations or simply want to understand a little more about flicker noise.