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  • Simulating Crystal Oscillators is Much Easier in MMSIM12.1 - Part 2

    Greetings, Simulating crystal oscillators got a lot easier in MMSIM12.1... We have made enhancements to both Harmonic Balance and transient analyses. In Part 1 , I discussed Improvements to the Harmonic Balance use model. With the new streamlined Choosing Analyses form, you now can focus on getting your...
    Posted to RF Design (Weblog) by Tawna on Thu, Dec 20 2012
  • MMSIM 12.1 SpectreRF -- Preview of Coming nport Attractions! Part 2

    Greetings, MMSIM 12.1 contains many new features to aid RF designers. Many of these changes are described in my Part 1 blog post. I've saved my favorite for last....here's a preview of the changes to the nport component in MMSIM12.1. 1. The Edit Object Properties/Add Instance form has been revised...
    Posted to RF Design (Weblog) by Tawna on Mon, Nov 19 2012
  • MMSIM12.1 SpectreRF Preview of Coming Attractions! - Part 1

    Greetings! MMSIM 12.1 contains many new features to aid RF designers. Here's a preview of the changes... Documentation Improvements The SpectreRF User Guide is being completely rewritten and updated for MMSIM12.1. Check it out - I'm sure you'll really like it! Harmonic Balance Improvements...
    Posted to RF Design (Weblog) by Tawna on Mon, Nov 12 2012
  • Measuring 2-Tone Intermodulation Using Envelope-Following Analysis

    From time to time, SpectreRF users simulate very large, extracted-view circuits in 2+ tone QPSS. In many of those cases, memory requirements exceed the available resources. When that happens and small-signal approximations aren’t applicable, the user is typically stuck. The solution below and attached...
    Posted to RF Design (Weblog) by Tawna on Wed, May 16 2012
  • Tips for Simulating a Transmit Mixer in SpectreRF

    Some typical questions that I receive from newer SpectreRF users are: How do I simulate a transmit mixer? How do I look at both upper and lower sidebands? How do I set up my simulation for PAC and Pnoise? When I plot my data, how do the indexes correspond with the sidebands? Hopefully the following will...
    Posted to RF Design (Weblog) by Tawna on Thu, Mar 10 2011
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