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 Fine waveform generation for publications 

Last post Thu, Sep 17 2009 4:20 PM by Andrew Beckett. 1 replies.
Started by MNNIT 15 Sep 2009 03:16 AM. Topic has 1 replies and 1406 views
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    • MNNIT
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    Fine waveform generation for publications Reply

     Can any one say how could I get waveform that got generated from Cadence Spectre can be saved such as to be used for publications.

    Actusally the images saved in png,etc forms are not with good clarity.

     Can you say how could I get fine waveform image even the axis can be viewd even size is physically minimized

     

    Thanking you

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  • Thu, Sep 17 2009 4:20 PM

    Re: Fine waveform generation for publications Reply

    You seem to have asked the same question twice, and not responded to the question about your statement about "fine waveform image even the axis can be viewd even size is physically minimized" which doesn't make sense - see http://www.cadence.com/Community/forums/p/13441/20901.aspx#20901

    Anyway, my guess is that you want a png with higher resolution. The way to do this with wavescan/ViVA is to use the File->Plot to plot to a PostScript file, and then use a tool such as "pstoimg" to convert it to a png file. The PostScript can then have (say) 300 dots per inch, which will be higher resolution than on the screen. .

    In future we plan to improve the printing and image generation, and I believe it will then be possible to directly generate higher resolution images (as you can in IC613 for exporting images from the schematic and layout windows).

    Regards,

    Andrew.

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