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 Cadence 5 and 6 How to attach techlib, scs 

Last post Wed, Apr 10 2013 3:40 PM by Andrew Beckett. 3 replies.
Started by StreamCX 09 Nov 2009 06:00 AM. Topic has 3 replies and 2425 views
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  • Mon, Nov 9 2009 6:00 AM

    • StreamCX
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    Cadence 5 and 6 How to attach techlib, scs Reply

    I have 2 questions.

     

    1. How to attach techlib to file.

    It requires me if I need to create project with topology. How can i attach concrete texhlib if I know path of it.

    2. How attach .scs model file (for example, model of diode, transisor) to project?

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  • Mon, Dec 28 2009 2:51 AM

    • Satya
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    Re: Cadence 5 and 6 How to attach techlib, scs Reply

    Hi!

     use option technology file manager in tools option in CIW window.and fill required fields.

     Regards,

    Satya

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  • Mon, Apr 8 2013 11:11 PM

    • Elain02
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    Re: Cadence 5 and 6 How to attach techlib, scs Reply

    Hi,

     Could you give me more details about it? Like how to use technology tool box?

    Thanks a lot!

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  • Wed, Apr 10 2013 3:40 PM

    Re: Cadence 5 and 6 How to attach techlib, scs Reply

    Please read the Forum Guidelines.

    Search in the documentation for "Technology File Manager" - in IC61 the Help menu works too to get you to the right place. If that doesn't help you, look in <ICinstDir>/tools/techuser/techuser.pdf and read the details there.

    Or you could post a specific question and say what your actual problem is (don't append to this thread as it is over 3 years old).

    Andrew.

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