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/1/ hspice? user guide: Simulation and Analysis Version B-2008.09, September 2008 /1/ p. 579: Specifying Relationships between Properties /1/ p. 580: "When designing circuits, the multiplicity factor M is always a positive integer" /1/ p. 49: "The .OPTION NUMDGT=x controls the listing printout accuracy."
Hi, I want to extract the S-parameters of a mixer using hspiceRF. I considered using the HBLIN command (haramonic balance method for S-parameter extractions). According to the hspice user guide RF Analysis 2010, I have defined a Port element with the HBLIN portion of it which is as below: p2 IFout 0 port=1 HBLIN=(1,1) (...)
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.
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 the hspice? user guide: Simulation and Analysis.
See this hspice? user guide: RF Analysis manual, chap. 7 .
how can i model power supply noise in hspice? thanks
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!
I want to setup + or - n*sigma only in monte carlo hspice. See e.g. hspice? user guide: Simulation and Analysis B-2008.09 , p. 318 . If you just want MC runs for e.g. -3σ and +3σ, you could use (for a transient analysis): .tran 10p 1n sweep sigma -3 3 6 .tran 10p 1n sweep monte=100
Here is a starting point: hspice Simulation and Analysis user guide
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 (...)
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 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 (...)
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.
.print ip(component) for details, pls refer to hspice user guide
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 google hspice manual
"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' )
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 (...)