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I want to see more number of Transitor DC parameters (vgs,vdsat,gm,vth,gds,vds,id....etc) in Schematic editor using Results--> Annotation-->DC Operating Points.
But CDF edit is only alllowing me only 5 paramters. So if I want so some extra parameter of the MOS then I have to forgo one other paramters.
Can anybody please say how I can increase the list of paramters in schematic editors
Currently annotation works by utilizing the cdsParam(N) labels on the symbol. You can annotate as many parameters as there are cdsParam labels - these provide the placeholder for where the annotated data will be displayed.
So to get more parameters, you'll need to add more labels to the symbol.
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
Where I can get cdsParam(N) lavels of the symbol ?
In reply to RFQuery:
Open the symbol in the symbol editor. You'll see labels on the symbol which have cdsParam(1), cdsParam(2) etc. These are "ILLabel" type labels - which means they are "interpreted" labels - cdsParam() is a SKILL function which returns the actual value to display. If you want more, copy them and increment the number (make sure the numbers are contiguous).
I did the same and it is working
Each time I start ICFB I have to go to ICFB-TOOLS-CDF-select the components and then add the desired variable.
Is there any way this can be done only once and I need not have to do the same each time I open ICFB.
Thanks a lot . It indeed worked.