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 Monte Carlo Power simulation 

Last post Fri, Jul 17 2009 5:32 AM by Andrew Beckett. 1 replies.
Started by NOR82 17 Jul 2009 04:23 AM. Topic has 1 replies and 1337 views
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    • NOR82
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    Monte Carlo Power simulation Reply

    I have performed a monte carlo simulation on a driver circuit. Everything works fine with the results of frequency and propagation delay are shown but I would like to see the effect of variation using Monte Carlo on dynamic power. I know I can read the power through the output waveform just for normal simulation.But with Monte Carlo, it cannot read this since the power value is obtained through the waveform. Is there any other way to read power variation using Monte Carlo?

    TQ

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  • Fri, Jul 17 2009 5:32 AM

    Re: Monte Carlo Power simulation Reply

    From the results browser you can send the expression for it to the calculator. In wavescan/ViVA this is done via the right mouse button over the item (or hitting the calculator icon). In AWD it's either the right or middle mouse  button (I forget; I rarely use it these days and don't have access right now).

    Then you can manipulate it (if needed), and add it to your output expressions in Monte Carlo.

    Regards,

    Andrew.

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