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 Does anyone ever meet this error in your simulation? 

Last post Wed, Jan 2 2013 1:25 AM by Andrew Beckett. 3 replies.
Started by Henrytqy 15 Nov 2012 02:01 AM. Topic has 3 replies and 1020 views
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  • Thu, Nov 15 2012 2:01 AM

    • Henrytqy
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    Does anyone ever meet this error in your simulation? Reply

    Hi all,

    My transition simulation is from 0 to 2us, but a error occurs in the 1.5 us as "spectre - 7031 SST2 error invalid control value".

    Anyone can help?

     Thanks a lot~~~ 

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  • Thu, Nov 15 2012 2:59 AM

    Re: Does anyone ever meet this error in your simulation? Reply

    Which version of the tools are you using (Help->About in the CIW, and "spectre -W" at the UNIX command line - subversion also shown at the top of the spectre log file)? If using IC614/IC615 and (say) MMSIM10.1, MMSIM11.1 or MMSIM12.1 I would recommend changing the output format to "psfxl" rather than sst2 (This is on the Outputs->Save All form).

    However, I think the specific issue you're seeing is quite likely fixed if you're using a recent enough subversion of MMSIM10.1, MMSIM11.1 or MMSIM12.1

    Regards,

    Andrew.

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  • Sat, Nov 17 2012 7:07 AM

    • Henrytqy
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    Re: Does anyone ever meet this error in your simulation? Reply

    Thanks a lot.

    I resolved my problem by change the setup on transition option to default.

    when I set a value on, 1.5us, in the " transition/option/output start ", the problem occurs, if I set it as 0, then I can simulate succesfully.

    I don't kown why? 

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  • Wed, Jan 2 2013 1:25 AM

    Re: Does anyone ever meet this error in your simulation? Reply

    The problem is related to changing the range of simulation results in SST2 from one simulation to the next. I believe it's been fixed nowadays, but the issue is best solved by using PSF XL (which is a faster format anyway).

    Andrew.

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