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What's Good About AMS Schematic Undo? It’s in the 16.6 Release!

Comments(0)Filed under: AMS simulation, Capture CIS, OrCAD Capture, OrCAD, AMS simulator, AMS, pspice, Capture, Grzenia, Allegro 16.6, 16.6, Cadence

Just a very brief post this week on a new AMS Simulator (PSpice) capability.

The AMS Simulator 16.6 release allows you to undo schematic changes after you’ve done a netlist and simulation.

Read on for more details ...



1. Open a design, for example the sample design located in <$CDSROOT>\tools\pspice\capture_samples\anasim\example\example.dsn
2. Open the page and modify the value of RC1 to 12K:


3. Simulate the design.
4. Use Undo to revert the value back, and simulate again.


Please share your experience using this capability.

Jerry “GenPart” Grzenia

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