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There is an "assert" statement somewhere in the models tree and imax / imelt params in the specific device model declaration. These may or may not be realistic of relevant. The "problem" may aggravated by unrealistic / over-ideal components in the current loop / at one of the nodes. Or it could be a simulator accuracy problem, where a (...)
Yes sir i tried it...but couldnt get the same result as in schematic.... in schematic i got gain of about 16 dB...but in layout ,if i simulate i get -50db gain(loss)..... Did you simulate your layout ??? The components that yo have placed are realistic ?? Is there any short circuit/open circuit ???? You can not simula
In realistic and useful electronic circuit, the input can be decomposed into two separate components: -DC component, VI and -small signal component, vi(t) The DC component signal is not a function of time, but the small-signal component vi(t) is a function of time (this signal is an AC signal). This signal vi(t) is referred as the small-signal
-Download design kits of passive component manufacturers to simulate with realistic models including Q, s-parameters.. etc. -Use small components as much as possible to decrease parasitic elements... For instance 0402 or 0603 -Layout must be carefully designed so that there shouldn't be any series parasitic inductance or parallel capacitance etc..
For an FPGA design back annotation is taking the delays (some time the pin numbers, too) from the layout (after place&route phase) and entering them into the description (schematic or HDL-based), this way allowing to do more realistic simulation. For discrete components design back annotation is just updating the circuit from the pcb (say, from La
Hi to everybody! I'm using AMS Simulator (in Cadence SPB 16.01) and I am stuck with a problem... would you try to give me your opinion? I need to improve a simulation with realistic components: if current flows through a resistor, it heats up, and its resistance changes; this, in the next seconds, will affect the current flowing through it. I di
Are there tools to test RF immunity of audio circuits, which are able to simulate parasitic RF detection in low frequency components? Are simulation models used in those tools realistic enough to reproduce RF detection process ? I do not want to analyse the physical design EMC for now , just to define few point to inject RF signal and see active