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Can any body upload hspice user manual. thanks sarfraz
Hi~~~ is anybody know how to see current phase in hspice i only find .print vp(node) , it can only see the voltage phase thanks a lot !
One way to do this is using the .ALTER command to run a simulation for each V you want (see the hspice user guide: ). The results will be extracted to a file and you can take the slope with a spreadsheet software or by making a script in perl, python, ....
Hi all, I want to setup + or - n*sigma only in monte carlo hspice. Can anybody help me how to do setup? Thanks,
Hi, In order to simulate your IBIS file in hspice, then you need to create a hspice deck. The syntax of which is specified in the hspice user guide. Alternately you can even simulate it in cadence using the ibis2spice utility and simulating it in spectre. Or else you can even convert the IBIS model to spice (...)
See this hspice? user guide: RF Analysis manual, chap. 7 .
Try the {if endif} construct, something like .if ( (time >= 0.5e-06) && (Vout > vdd/2) ) Vin = ... .endif See the foll. clipping from the hspice user guide: 88288
ADS can see the hspice schematic, but the complex schematic shows unorderly.
Many companies are using this for power estimating ans verification after synthesis. Nanosim is a package of many simulation tools from synopsis, and powermill is added. Powermill can work seamlessly with synopsis's VCS, except the Synopsis' waveviever, the waveform output file *.out can also be open by cadence's simvision. The powermill have m
"hspice simulation and analysis user guide" v2005.09 P190 lxxx n+ n- LFSR <(> vlow vhigh tdelay trise tfall rate seed <> <)> For example this is a prbs7 with seed of all 1's. V1 n1 0 LFSR (0 1 td tr tr datarate 'pow(2,7)-1' )
Also you can try this link Added after 26 minutes: Download hspice manual at
Hi everybody! I am learning to use Synopsys hspice. I would like to do a transient analysis on a circuit including the parasitic data contained in a .spef file. I have read on the user guide about the possibility of invoking the post-layout back-annotation with the options BA_FILE, BA_TERMINAL, etc. In the guide there are (...)
Hi guys, I have been trying to design my temperature protection. I am using a thermistor. I would like to simulate it (temp sweep) in hspice but I dont know how to model a thermsitor. Until I found this: I got the spice netlist from here and it was successful. The R of thermistor varies exponentially. But i don
By the way, only the number "1" is allowed in the parenthesis? What if it's PWL(2)? I can't find any description of PWL(1). No, there's no PWL(2), just PWL(1). It's a hspice extension, not generic SPICE. I would expect, that a hspice user knows about existing software manuals? I'm not using hspice, but I find detailed (...)
The hspice? user guide: Simulation and Analysis (B-2008.09) on pp. 237-239 shows several examples of behavioral (E-element with a SIN source) and Verilog-A examples. It could be as simple as Eosc n+ n- VOL='SIN(1+cos(freq/T))' ... but I'm not sure if it works with changing frequencies. Just try it!
See the hspice? user guide: Simulation and Analysis.
Just run your MC analysis; after its completion the simulation log output will tell you where you can find the results. This depends on your hspice set-up.
you can download some of that from edaboard eldo, spectre and hspice pspice is mainly for accurate analog simulation, they are simulators. eldo and hspice can integrated into cadence analog environment-artist. On pc platform, we mainly use hspice and pspice. Design flow: basic concepts, basic books, then practical books and (...)
I have read the 'user-defined' section in the star-hspice guide,but the example of user-defined functon which is as follows seems not to work,I don't know why? example from the hspice guide :f(a,b)=a+a*b Does anyone know how to coustruct the function??? Help,3xs~~
Dear all, I have a question. How to read file in hspice? Like col0 col1 col2 col3 1n 1V 1V 0V 2n 1V 1V 0V 3n 1V 0V 0V 4n 1V 1V 0V That is change like below input1 pwl (1n 1V,2n 1V,3n 1V,4n 1V) input2 pwl(1n 1V,2n 1V ,3n 0V,4n 1V) hspice can read file like this? Thanks. You c
hspiceS - hspice with soket interface hspiceD - hspice with direct interface From Analog Circuit Design Environment user guide "Cadence has integrated simulators into the analog circuit design environment in two ways: Interfaces that use the direct simulation approach This is (...)
You can use hspice to do the simulation. You can switch the input at your desire frequency and measure the average trans power and I guess that would be dynamic power. Take a look at this link Hope that helps -Aravind
below were the exact error message i got when i simulated a simple circuit. I have just installed hspice 2006 9 in order to use hspiceS in Cadence. Same simulation could be done successfully using SpectreS but not hspiceS . Can any one plz help me to solve this problem. do i need to configure anything in my Cadence or (...)
HI, guys, Do you know about how to perfom a monte-carlo analysis on a comparator's offset by hspice? I want to get a picture like the one below, it is got from P.E.allen's book. Thank you for any comment.
Hi Everyone, I try to run an example from hspice@RF user guide. It is example 2, Power Amplifier. .options POST accurate .param f0=950e6 PI=3.1415926 Ld=2e-9 Rload=5 Vin=3.0 .param Lin=0.1n Vdd=2 Cd='1.0/(4*PI*PI*f0*f0*Ld)' M1 drain gt 0 0 CMOSN L=0.35u W=50u AS=100p AD=100p +PS=104u PD=104u M=80 Ls in gt Lin $ gate tuning Ld (...)
I'm nanosim user. nanosim is release out of synopsys. When I read nanosim user guide, following comment is founded. The set_sim_eou command controls NanoSim simulation engine accuracy (sim option) and NanoSim MOS modeling accuracy (model option) during circuit simulation. An additional EOU option is available that controls the NanoSim n
Here is a starting point: hspice Simulation and Analysis user guide
Use W-Element as hspice compatibility ability of Agilent ADSsim. W_Element (Multi-Conductor Transmission Lines) - ADS 2009 - Agilent EEsof Documentation Center
how can i model power supply noise in hspice? thanks
Liberty NCX is characterize (simulate transistor-level netlist in spice simulator, like hspice) each cell in the library, and generate .lib files based on the results of these simulation.
there is a very complete manual for hspice. you can use it but hspice has a little difference with pspice. if you search you can find many of them.
One more question on the same subject. How to connect any pseudorandom generator to the circuit input to simulate noise in the transient analyzis? Varuzhan Generate a random vector in matlab, then export to a file and enter in pspice or hspice as a PWL voltage source. Bastos
now ,i have the hspice model , but i want to use the spectre to simulate again, how can i convert it into spcetre ? thank you first!!
Maybe you could post examples of the spice models you have had problems with. Pspice and hspice both deviated from the original Spice and extended it. It is usually not too difficult to change between different versions, particularly if your simulator gives the statement it has the problem with. Keith