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 Using Envelope OP for subsequent PSS 

Last post Mon, Jul 1 2013 7:38 AM by Andrew Beckett. 1 replies.
Started by MicheleA 14 Jun 2013 06:30 AM. Topic has 1 replies and 559 views
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    • MicheleA
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    Using Envelope OP for subsequent PSS Reply

    Hi,

    can anybody point me to the way to implement this? I have a circuit which I would like to analyze the 'fast behaviour' of, however there are some large time constants in the circuit so that tstab renders design interaction sub optimal.

    I can throw an ENV simulation to capture those slow transients and this works just fine, however analyzing the 'occasionally integrated clock cycle' is a bit cumbersome within the ENV frame. Unless, of course, I am not aware of some device for showing that ' occasionally integrated clock cycle' from ENV, much like you do with PSS when looking at *_td waveforms.

    Therefore, my idea would be to run an ENV in the first place, then pass the final OP to PSS for a cycle or two.

    I think there should be a possibility...maybe with Ocean scripting? But I am not savy at all in this field.

    Can anybody point me to the manual or options I should study?

    Thank you in advance,

    Michele 

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  • Mon, Jul 1 2013 7:38 AM

    Re: Using Envelope OP for subsequent PSS Reply

    Michele,

    Looks as if you've found one of the methods (and I mention another) in this post.

    Regards,

    Andrew.

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