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  • Re: CDF Parameter Passing to the Netlist
     Hi Andrew,  I am having the same issue with spectre. If I use the parameter inside the lower level schematic, parameter shows up in the netlist. However, I want this netlist to include the defined parameter even if I don't use itin the lower level schematic. Is there a workaround? Is there a dummy block I can add to include these ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by gintel on Wed, Mar 19 2014
  • CDF Parameter Passing to the Netlist
    Here is my problem:  I would like to create the hspiceD (or spectre, doesn't really matter) netlist for a circuit, let us call it depth0. This circuit has a subblock, i0, which is an instance of cell depth1. Inside depth1, there is a resistor and a capacitor. In addition, depth1 has a parameter called myParam (defaults to 1) that I would ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by gintel on Tue, Mar 12 2013
  • Re: AMS Simulator support for SystemVerilog Math Functions
    I am running from systemverilog view. Below is the irun arguments I got from the output log file (I redacted some of the company specific arguments). The line in bold italic is where the systemverilog view is defined.  irun  -f irunArgs   -clean   -UNBUFFERED   -noupdate   -errormax ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by gintel on Tue, Feb 5 2013
  • AMS Simulator support for SystemVerilog Math Functions
    Hi,  I was wondering if it is possible to enable support for the math functions in SystemVerilog (such as $sin) in the AMS simulator. When I try to run a systemverilog file including $sin built-in function in IEEE 1800-2009, I get the following error: sjit = AMP_NOISE*($sin($realtime*2*PI/TNOISE));  Unrecognized system task or ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by gintel on Mon, Feb 4 2013
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