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SpectreRF GUI Support for MMSIM 7.1

Comments(6)Filed under: RF design, Virtuoso Spectre, Virtuoso Spectre Simulator GXL, Spectre, Spectre RF, Virtuoso Spectre Simulator XL

MMSIM 7.1 has just been released!

The following IC release GUIs support the new MMSIM7.1 features:

IC5.1.41.500.5.129 (However, USR6 or later is strongly recommended)
IC6.1.1 ISR65
IC6.1.3 ISR5
And later subversions.


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By peter Donaldson on March 31, 2009
this is grat kep me posted.

By Tawna on April 14, 2009
Hi Peter,
Glad you found it helpful!
best regards,

By shail on September 18, 2009
hi all well i wasnt able to find a download link fo spectreRF can u plz send me the link or post it here...

By Tawna Wilsey on September 21, 2009
Hi Shail,   I'm not sure what you mean by "wasn't able to find a download link to spectreRF".   If you want to download the software, you go to downloads.cadence.com and download MMSIM 7.1 (for example).  SpectreRF is included in the MMSIM stream.
best regards,

By Ahmad T younis on June 21, 2011

I need a simulation version for switched capacitor circuit analysis

thank you

By Tawna on June 27, 2011
Hi Ahmad,
Any of the versions of SpectreRF on http://downloads.cadence.com (MMSIM 7.2 and MMSIM10.1 for example) support simulating switched capacitor circuits.
best regards,

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