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 Stimulus types: tristate-to-low-to-tristate? 

Last post Fri, Oct 15 2004 6:54 AM by archive. 1 replies.
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    Stimulus types: tristate-to-low-to-tristate? Reply

    Hello,

    I am trying to set up a stimulus type in SigXp that pulses tristate-to-low-to-tristate. I have multiple pins tied together with a pull up.

    Is there any way to setup this stimulus for simulation?

    Thanks


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  • Fri, Jan 21 2005 8:53 AM

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    RE: Stimulus types: tristate-to-low-to-tristate? Reply

    I just joined this forum, so sorry for the late reply.
    With a tristate driver, you can use the custom stimulus to control the enable pin, this allowing it to drive , then turn off again. I hope this helps.


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