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I will need to investigate if memristor support is provided in specific analysis tools. You can definitely model the basic part using Part Developer, but it's the electrical aspects I need to research.
does cadence have a specialized library functions for modelling RRAMS(memrister)
Hi Anjo -
I'm not positive we have modeled memristors in our tools to this point. For an up to date answer - I'd suggest you contact one of our Allegro PCB SI Customer Support experts and they can provide you an answer.
Sir, The article is really good..Sir..Which meristor model has been used to do the the analysis.I am working on it. Do cadence have a specialized library functions for modelling of it..
Just to be clear Leon Chua did not actually invent the memristor, but theorized it.
For an update, you can read this post in EE Times online - www.eetimes.com/showArticle.jhtml
Hi "urcuterock". Thanks for your comments and I'm glad to see you're waiting for the availability of RRAMS. As far as simulators (Analog - PSPice, Digital - Verilog/VHDL, PCB SI, etc.) they will all need to be updated from both the library model and core simulator perspectives to take advantage of this new device's behavior. It's not difficult, but work will be need to make this available. Jerry GenPart.
Think about the ramifications for PSpice simulations. What about SI analysis?...I think only power mangement might bcome little tougher apart from all the advantages that u mention...its great news and waiting for RRAMS..:)