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 How to identify version of simulator? 

Last post Wed, Feb 10 2010 9:38 AM by Ramkumar M. 2 replies.
Started by KumarMK 10 Feb 2010 08:09 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 1473 views
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  • Wed, Feb 10 2010 8:09 AM

    • KumarMK
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    How to identify version of simulator? Reply

     Guys,

    In IC ver 610 , how to identify the version of simulator installed? and also list of simulators available?

    Please propose some easy way since I'm beginner in this software. Thank you very much.

     

    regards,

    M.Kumar

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  • Wed, Feb 10 2010 8:57 AM

    • Quek
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    Re: How to identify version of simulator? Reply

    Hi Kumar

    If you are using spectre, you can simply open a terminal window and enter the following cmd:
    unix>spectre -W

    The above will give you the specific spectre version that you are using. The list of selectable simulators in ade-L can be view under "Setup->Simulator". You can invoke ade-L from "Tools" menu of a schematic.

    Hope that this is what you need. : )

    Best regards
    Quek

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  • Wed, Feb 10 2010 9:38 AM

    • Ramkumar M
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    RE: How to identify version of simulator? Reply
    Kumar,

    Unlike IC5141, IC61x versions does not have simulators bundled in it. All simulators (Spectre, Spectre RF, UltrasSim, APS) are now part of MMSIM package. You need to have MMSIM installed if you are using IC61x version.

    As Quek mentioned, type “spectre –W” to get the exact version of Spectre that you are using. If you don’t have MMSIM installed and don’t have it in your path, then you would get “command not found”.

    Regards,

    Ramkumar
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