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  • Built-in Power Calculation

    Hi, I am trying to find out how Cadence calculates the "pwr" operating point parameter of a MOS transistor, and it is almost imposible to get that information. In a previous forum, it was mentioned that the "pwr" was calculated by the transistor model and not by Spectre. However,...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by moralope on Sun, Jul 13 2014
  • BSIM4 cadence implementation

    Hi everyone. Is BSIM4 model implemented in cadence is anyhow different from the official one specified by BSIM group? This derives from comparing a verilog-a model released from another company also implementing BSIM4 also against the cadence one and the results are somehow different. For example parameters...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by soathana on Wed, Jul 4 2012
  • saving operating point parameters

    Hi all, using " save N0:oppoint" you can save some info about the operating point of a device. It there a way to get more parameters using this method, or it is model dependent? Specifically for BSIM4 I get Ids for example but nothing below that, meaning parameters used to calculate Ids. Thanks...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by soathana on Mon, Jun 18 2012
  • What's Good About the SPB16.2 PSpice Models? BSIM4 Support!

    The SPB16.2 release now has new MOSFET device Model BSIM4 Support in PSpice PSpice designers had been requesting support for the BSIM4 Mosfet Model. The BSIM4 model addresses the MOSFET physical effects into sub-100nm regime. It is a physics-based, accurate, scalable, robust and predictive MOSFET spice...
    Posted to PCB Design (Weblog) by Jerry GenPart on Wed, Dec 17 2008
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