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 SI MODEL ASSIGNMENT 

Last post Mon, Feb 20 2006 4:28 AM by archive. 2 replies.
Started by archive 20 Feb 2006 04:28 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 804 views
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  • Mon, Feb 20 2006 4:28 AM

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    SI MODEL ASSIGNMENT Reply

    Dear All,

    Pls tell the procedure to assign IBIS MODEL to any specific IC.

    Pls tell me the simlified procedure i am not able to understand through user guide.


    pls reply

    regards,
    Anand.


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  • Mon, Feb 20 2006 8:12 PM

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    RE: SI MODEL ASSIGNMENT Reply

    Forgot to tell this is on SI 210 TOOL


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  • Tue, Feb 21 2006 5:16 AM

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    RE: SI MODEL ASSIGNMENT Reply

    Hi

    I am using SI 610.. here is the procedure for assigning models for components. mostly it will be same for SI 210


    1. #How to assign models @ schematic level.

    example: if ur using Concept of schematic
    while creating logical symbol attach the following property to the logical symbol SIGNAL_MODEL=mymodel.ibs

    2. #How to assign models @ board level
    a. Tools -> Setup Advisor (And follow the Wizard)
    or
    b.
    #First set the library model path
    . Analyse -> SI/EMI Sim -> Library
    # How to attach models to each component
    . Analyse -> SI/EMI Sim -> Model
    # How to simulate
    . Analyse -> SI/EMI Sim -> Probe
    # select the net & then waveforms..
    # create Waveform & View Waveform

    --nanda



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