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Simulation,Spectre,Cadence

  • Mixed Signal Technology Summit Proceedings Now Available

    In September 2012, Cadence held its second Mixed-Signal Summit in San Jose, California. 150 users attended the Summit. The full day program was packed by user presentations. Strong participation and attendance was yet another confirmation of increased design activities in the mixed-signal area. Attendees...
    Posted to Mixed-Signal Design (Weblog) by nizic on Thu, Dec 13 2012
  • Multiple Model Files

    Hi, I am working on a circuit where I need multiple model files. The first one I am using is gpdk045, I tried modifying this file to use with transistors from the analog library. The problem I have is that my simulations are wrong whenever I use a transistor with the second model file it just produces...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by Karo on Wed, Jul 21 2010
  • Problem with Simulating Design using Spectre

    I have created a schematic using Virtuoso 6. When I open the ADE, it says "(deLicense-7) Could not get a license for ADE L. Would you like to try to get a higher-tiered license to run this product?" When I click on Yes, it starts the ADE, but when I set up the analysis and click on "Netlist...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by govilv on Thu, Jun 4 2009
  • Input power of a subcircuit

    Hi, I'm simulating with an envlp + pss simulation a rectifier and I would like to estimate the power that goes in input to a subcircuit that implements it. The input voltage of the subcircuit is constant and the current is given by a constant plus an alternating contribution. I tried the following...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by Ueue on Mon, Apr 6 2009
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