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  • Re: Parallel simulation with Cadence
     Marc, I think you didn't read my question carefully, I didn't ask about simulating any specific circuit. I was just asking whether there is any way to do parallel simulation. I'm aware of APS and using multiple cores on a computer, now I wonder if there is anyway to use multiple cores on multiple computers to run one ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by Monady on Tue, Aug 13 2013
  • Re: Parallel simulation with Cadence
     Hi Marc,  Thanks for your post. I think what you're suggesting is using periodic steady state analysis, but this method could be applied just when the circuit has steady state condition. For a switched cap circuit alone, it's possible to use PSS, but if it's used in a bigger circuit like delta sigma converter which has no ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by Monady on Tue, Aug 13 2013
  • Re: Parallel simulation with Cadence
     Hi,Thanks for your reply, and sorry for not giving complete description. 1) I am running transient simulation and I need to get SNR of the whole system, and in this case I need to have 2^18 fft points, that's the reason why my simulation takes a long time.2)Yes I use Spectre. Sorry, that was a typo, I meant APS. The version of ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by Monady on Mon, Aug 12 2013
  • Parallel simulation with Cadence
    Hey guys, I am running a simulation that takes forever to be completed! It has some switched-cap circuits inside and currently I use moderate simulation and ASP is also enabled, with 16 threads and 24 cores. I wonder if there is any option to break the simulation into smaller parts and use several computers to run parallel ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by Monady on Mon, Aug 12 2013
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