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  • Re: Sweeping Vth vs L
       Hi,  in ADEL clikc on Variables -> Copy From Cellview to load the length variable. I have attached a picture for the suggested DC analysis setup. Instead of typing the name of the variablein the 'Variable Name' field you can also click on 'Select Design Variable' and select your sweep ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by mate0409 on Tue, Aug 5 2014
  • Re: Sweeping Vth vs L
     Hi Arjun,  try to use for the length of the device a variable for example 'n_length' (in the 'Edit Object Properties' form). Then choose in the DC analysis form instead of component parameter your design variable (n_length) as sweep variable.  Regards
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by mate0409 on Tue, Aug 5 2014
  • Re: Have problem in ADE XL in simulating corner
     Hi,By the way, I run some corner doing dc ,I set one net expression in output setup tab,after simulation,results tab show dc value of that net across different coner like a table. If I want another net show its dc value  like that ,how to to it without run simulation again  First, make sure your active setup ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by mate0409 on Thu, Aug 1 2013
  • Re: Saving the device information
     If i want to save op from a transitor i include this file ( example.scs ) via Setup->Model Libraries. I'm not sure if you include the file this way, but you could give it a try. This is a post regarding the same topic: This is a very commonly asked question. Create a text file (called, say, saveop.scs) with the following ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by mate0409 on Wed, Jul 31 2013
  • Re: Saving the device information
    Maybe your transistor is modeled inside a subcircuit. If it is, then you have include your subcircuit name in the expression. That is: save M0.subCktName:all If your subCircuit is named XXX, then the expression would be (saving cdb)  M0.XXX:cdb   Maybe this is also the reason why you could not access the operating points via ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by mate0409 on Wed, Jul 31 2013
  • Re: Saving the device information
     By the way, you can use the OPT command inside the calculator to save operating points during a transient analysis (From the help manual: OPT: Returns the transient operating point for the specified instance parameter.)
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by mate0409 on Wed, Jul 31 2013
  • Re: Saving the device information
     Hi, have you tried to add save M0:all With Regards,
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by mate0409 on Wed, Jul 31 2013
  • Access to ADE-XL Results (Design Points)
    Hi all, following example: I define a global variable Uin: 0:1m:10m and an output expression: out_cal =value("/Uout" 1m). After running the simulation i get 11 results (design points). Is it possible to access the simulation result of a specific design point? I want to use that result for an expression in another test (via calcVal() ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by mate0409 on Sat, Jul 20 2013
  • Re: sweep variable "bs" in hb, then use VAR("bs") in output expression, not plot in ADEXL
     Hi all,  i can definetly confirm a strange behaviour when using the VAR("") syntax inside output expressions. For example if i sample a signal: value( mySignal VAR("CLK") ?period (VAR("CLK") / 2) ?xName "cycle") In ADE-XL i get an error message (unbound variable) and it fails. If i open this ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by mate0409 on Sat, Jul 20 2013
  • Re: create the multiple instance in parallel
     Hello,  is there any difference regarding simulation and layout between the notation: instance_name<0:3> and defining m=4 in the instance properties form? Thanks. Best Regards  
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by mate0409 on Thu, Oct 18 2012
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