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 Parametric analysis in AMS simulator 

Last post Mon, Mar 11 2013 11:03 AM by ronaldomponte. 0 replies.
Started by ronaldomponte 11 Mar 2013 11:03 AM. Topic has 0 replies and 723 views
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    • ronaldomponte
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    Parametric analysis in AMS simulator Reply

    Hello,

    I am trying to run a DC parametric analysis using the AMS simulator, but it does not give me any results.

    I have realized that the 'DC analysis' in AMS simulator is only possible saving the DC operating point, which does not give me the chance to run a parametric analysis (once it does not save me any parameter value).

    I still have tried to run a 'tran analysis' which gave me only the gate voltage as a plot result. The drain current was not plotted because of the following message error:

     

    "ERROR (WIA-1006): Unable to plot expression <IT("/TN1/D" "/sim/ronaldomponte/testbench/ams/config")> because it does not evaluate to an object that can be plotted, like a waveform or parametric wave. See the Visualization & Analysis Tool documentation for information

    about the types of objects that can be plotted in Visualization & Analysis Tool. Only the expressions that evaluate to those objects can be plotted."

     

    A result search on Google have suggested an OCEAN script to solve it.

    Is there another way to solve this problem? 

    Can anyone help me how could I perform an DC parametric analysis running AMS simulator?

     

    Thanks in advance. 

     

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