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  • Re: Reading a parametrized cdf parameter
    Thanks for the help. They were both spot on! Unfortunately I have been using dbOpen functions instead of editor functions (ge), and so I don't have the hierarchy readily available. Found a lazy workaround for what I wanted to do though. Thanks again! Kostas
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by kglaros on Wed, May 22 2013
  • Reading a parametrized cdf parameter
    Hi,  I am trying to read the CDF parameters of a FET. My problem is that some of them refer to other CDF parameters via iPar(). So if I do: p1=cdfGetInstCDF(inst)~>parameters v1=car(parameters)~>value  Then I get v1="iPar("\width\")", instead of the numerical value. This is fair enough and expected, but I ...
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by kglaros on Mon, May 20 2013
  • Re: Simulation files and bus syntax
    Hi Andrew, thanks for the reply. Just for the record, simulating with ADE worked as expected in the end (even without the OSS mapping). It was a mistake on my side. I didn't manage to get OCEAN to work consistently. I have given up on that approach a while ago. Thanks anyway, Kostas 
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by kglaros on Wed, Jan 2 2013
  • Re: Simulation files and bus syntax
    Hi,    I am trying to include a stimulus file using an OCEAN script with IC 6.15/MMSIM 12.1. It connects a voltage source to a net bus<1>. The OSS syntax [#...] doesn't seem to work (Unexpected '[' or unexpected '#' error). Bus<1> doesn't work either (unexpected '<'). In the input.scs ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by kglaros on Tue, Dec 4 2012
  • Re: How to check if a net has a probe on it?
    Have you found any solution on this? I am trying to find all the terminals a net connects to through the hierarchy (both up and down). AddNetProbe give this functionality but there doesn't seem to be a away to find out through SKILL if a net has a probe on it. Using IC 6.1. Thanks, Kostas 
    Posted to Custom IC SKILL (Forum) by kglaros on Mon, Dec 3 2012
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